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Transat appoints Chief People, Sustainability and Communications Officer

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Julie Lamontagne will begin her new role on March 13.

Julie Lamontagne (Photo: CNW Group/Transat A.T. Inc.)

MONTREAL — Transat A.T. inc. appoints Julie Lamontagne as Chief People, Sustainability and Communications Officer of Transat. She will be responsible for developing and deploying initiatives in corporate culture, labour relations and talent attraction, retention, and mobilization. She will also oversee corporate responsibility programs as well as internal and external communications.

“We are sincerely delighted to welcome Julie to the team,” said Annick Guérard, President and CEO, Transat. “Her entrepreneurial approach, business acumen and rich professional background will enable us to develop and promote a work environment that balances the needs of the company and those of its employees. I am convinced that Transat will continue to stand out positively in the job market under her leadership. This is all the more significant given the current competitiveness of the market.”

Lamontagne has over 20 years of experience as a human resource professional, including 12 years in executive roles on management committees. Since 2019, she has held the position of Vice-President, Talent and Culture at Enerkem and previously served as Vice-President at Lumenpulse and EXFO. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations from the University of Montreal and is a member of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés du Québec.

“I am eager to join Transat, which has been taking its exceptional values abroad for over 35 years. I am very proud to contribute to this shining star of Quebec and, more broadly, of the international airline industry,” said Lamontagne. “I look forward to participating in the constant evolution of business practices, surrounded by a resilient and talented team, serving an already strong employer brand.”



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