Born in Haiti in 1964, Dominique Ollivier arrived with her family in Amos, Abitibi, at the age of two. She is the daughter of writer, sociologist and professor Émile Ollivier. In 1968, the young Dominique moved to Montreal, where she has lived most of her life. Dominique Ollivier has a degree in engineering and a Master's degree in public administration from the École Nationale d'Administration Publique. She has over 30 years of experience in project and organizational management, as well as in communications. She held various positions in social organizations, Ministerial offices in the Government of Quebec (1995-2001) and in the Office of the Leader of the Bloc Québécois in Ottawa (2001-2006) before assuming the position of Executive Director of the Institut de coopération pour l'éducation des adultes (ICEA), from 2006 to 2011.
With this extensive experience, she founded Ki3 in March 2011, a consulting firm specializing in strategic communications, research and evaluation, particularly in the field of social transformation and open government.
She also served as an Ad Hoc Commissioner of the Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal between February 2009 and September 15, 2014, when she was appointed President of the organization. She held this prestigious position until September 9, 2021.
The new Projet Montréal team in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie plans to move forward with a political approach still concentrated on the ecological transition, but which will be more inclusive and more focused on citizen participation. Residents are the best experts on their neighborhoods, and it is in collaboration with them that we want to continue the grand shift toward a greener, healthier, cleaner, more friendly city, always on a more human scale.See more