Vicky D’Anjou Pomerleau is a specialist of political psychology and sociology in Canada and the United States. Her academic and professional career, in addition to her involvement in various campaigns and in favor of several causes, has led her to work within both political and scientific organizations ranging from the Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG) to McGill University’s Division of Cancer Epidemiology. She also works as an education and demography expert in the Education sector. She works with Democratic candidates in New York, including the victorious regional reelection campaign of President Barack Obama in 2012.
Vicky D’Anjou Pomerleau earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Montreal, during the course of which she made an academic exchange of one year with the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She then moved to New York to pursue a Master’s Degree in Social Psychology at Hunter College. Her thesis addresses the impact of gender stereotypes on the perception of political candidates. In 2012, she completed a second Master’s in Political Psychology at Stony Brook University where she broadened her understanding of American politics and refined her use of tools of statistical analysis.