Simon Lafrance advises all types of clients and campaigns at all levels in Canada, the United States and Africa. His deep knowledge of every component of a campaign and his planning, coordinating and business development experience in various sectors of activity have made him a seasoned operative. His expertise in facing the most complex situations brought him to work with several public organizations and private companies in various countries, as well as in a Quebec National Assembly Office. A frequent guest speaker on all strategy related matters, he is also a regular media contributor.
Simon Lafrance has a Bachelor’s Degree with Major in Political Science and Minor in Labor Relations from the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi (UQAC), where he now lectures on American History and Politics. He is currently completing a Master’s Degree in E-Learning at the Tele-university (TELUQ). In 2011, he was received as a Visiting Scholar at University Omar Bongo, in Gabon, and is a Fellow of the Washington D.C. Global Leadership Program. In addition to being a member of corporate boards and working on campaigns in favor of multiple causes, he is an ambassador for the New World Institute (INM), an Academos mentor, a Jeune Premier of the New World Theatre (TNM), a member of the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations (CORIM), the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, the Canada-U.S. Business Council Chicago and he sits on the boards of the International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC), the Canadian Council on Africa, the UQAC Alumni Association (ADUQAC) and the Juripop Legal Clinic. He was recently nominated by the Quebec Government Cabinet as Chairman of the Board of the Quebec-Americas Agency for Youth (OQAJ).
Simon Lafrance personally covers Washington D.C.