Tuesday, 11 May 2021
Doryne Bourque, new entrepreneur in residence at Centech
Centech is very pleased to announce Doryne Bourque as a new Entrepreneur in Residence for the Summer 2021 cohort of the Acceleration program.
Doryne Bourque joins the team of entrepreneurs in residence lead by Martin Enault, along with Isabelle Bettez, Manon Desmarais, Steve Arless, Jean-Pierre Robert, Dominic Gagnon, Renaud Lavoie, Daniel Drouet and Maxime Julien.
Dynamic and supportive leader, Doryne Bourque has spearheaded a variety of large-scale business acquisitions and recoveries. She had several strategic management roles in sectors related to finance and technology at big companies like Desjardins, Bell and ACCEO Solutions.
In 2018, she founded Hathor Conseils Inc., a company where she combines 3 foundational elements of her experience and her personality (business, technology and mindfulness) to help entrepreneurs innovate, create value and grow their businesses. Today, Doryne Bourque is involved on the boards of the companies she works with, like Caisse Desjardins des Technologies de l’information and Desjardins Financial Security. She also sits on the Board of Directors of the Dr. Gilles Julien Foundation to promote community-based social pediatrics at the national and international levels.
Doryne Bourque is passionate about healthy living, sustainable development and responsible finance. She’s helped launch some ONG and International organizations that are working for a better balance between people and the planet and for an equitable distribution of resources.
“Some time ago, I wanted to join Centech’s Entrepreneurs-in-Residence team, in order to contribute to the creation of the best technological innovations that can really make a difference for us and our planet. Today, it is with great enthusiasm that I add my shoulder to this great wheel to create the economy of tomorrow!” says Doryne Bourque.
With over 30 years of experience as an intrapreneur and entrepreneur, her skills and energy will be a strong asset to Centech in its mission to support start-ups.