Ana E Mejia
Ana Mejia is a manager with more than 15 years of experience in attracting foreign investments, international trade negotiations and international business development. She is passionate about helping companies in their various challenges: expansion, exporting and innovation, as well as contributing to the integration of all stakeholders in society. She holds a Bachelor's degree in International Relations, a diploma in International Business and a Master's degree in Business Administration.
Ana has headed the Mexican Trade Commission in Montréal. She was also at the forefront of the negotiations that allowed Bombardier Aerospace to establish itself in Mexico.
She was responsible for business development for a sustainable design company in Montréal and a professor at Cégep André-Laurendeau.
With her experience in the Quebec entrepreneurial ecosystem, Ana then acted as Director and Export Commissioner at Développement économique de l'agglomération de Longueuil (DEL) and then as Director at Manufacturiers et exportateurs du Québec (MEQ). Currently at the head of Arrivie, she is pursuing her mission to combine business satisfaction and employee well-being.
Socially involved, she has been a volunteer representative for a Quebec blues band and assistant director of a theater troupe composed of actors with or without intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders and people of diverse backgrounds.
Ana sits on the Board of Directors of the Quebec-Latin America Chamber of Commerce (QUÉtAL) and in January 2021, she was named Ambassador of Diversity by Concertation Montréal.
Projet Montréal's candidates in Montréal-Nord have invested heart and soul in the community and have, over the years, built strong ties with the borough's residents.
Will Prosper, the candidate for borough mayor, is a filmmaker, a community organizer and a human rights activist. His work and achievements are incontrovertible.
His team is made up of Fatima Gabriela Salazar Gomez and D-yana Bommier, respectively candidates for City Councillor and Borough Councillor in Ovide-Clermont, as well as Mathieu Léonard and Ana E Meija, respectively candidates for City Councillor and Borough Councillor in Marie-Clarac.
The council's priorities include local economic development; support to Montreal's youth, notably through the creation of a sports center; improving conditions and access to affordable housing; rapid access to the rest of the city by public transit as well as the creation of more pleasant and greener living environments, including the reduction of heat islands.