JCCM reappoints Déborah Cherenfant
The Jeune Chambre de commerce de Montréal (JCCM) is pleased to announce the extension of Déborah Cherenfant's mandate as President and spokesperson.
The businesswoman has brilliantly fulfilled her role of representation and outreach since her nomination in January 2020, despite the unprecedented health crisis. Her commitment, her passion, as well as her inspiring and diversified career path perfectly illustrate the dynamism of Montreal's next generation of business leaders.
The JCCM is therefore very pleased to continue this valuable collaboration. As the first President and spokesperson appointed for 18 months, her mandate has been extended for an additional 6 months, until December 2021.
To the JCCM, a huge thank you for your renewed confidence. It is with great enthusiasm and humility that I renew my role as President and spokesperson. It is an honor to represent and promote the next generation of athletes. I am very happy to invest myself in the advancement of key projects, while being surrounded by a team and a community, which, like me, have at heart the support and development of young Montrealers.
Her achievements as President of the JCCM
Déborah has spoken out and been involved in key issues and reflections for the JCCM: women entrepreneurship and motherhood, climate change, as well as the future of work in the current complex context, influenced by telecommuting, the place of women and diversity and inclusion to build on an innovative corporate culture. and what it implies, which pushes us to the right to disconnect, corporate culture, etc.
She has also contributed to numerous conversations (panels, conferences, workshops, focus groups) to position the organization and remind us of the essential role of the next generation of business people in the economic recovery. In this sense, she regularly intervenes in the media - among others every Wednesday on the program Tout un matin on ICI Première.
I am very happy to be involved in the advancement of flagship projects, while being surrounded by a team and a community that, like me, are committed to the support and development of young Montrealers.
An entrepreneurial strategist, Déborah is actively involved in the metropolitan community with several causes, including the representation of women and diversity in the business community. Originally from Haiti, she arrived in Montreal 16 years ago to pursue her studies. Since June 2020, Déborah is the Regional Director, Women Entrepreneurs, at TD Bank Group.