Executive Vice President, Québec
Stéphanie Trudeau is Executive Vice President Quebec at Énergir since January 2020. She oversees gas distribution activities in Québec and plays a leading role in the strategic thinking focused on establishing how Énergir can participate in the development of a greener and more sustainable economy for its customers and for Québec society.
Appointed Vice President in October 2012, she was given responsibility for sustainable development and public and governmental affairs, then quickly were added marketing and customer services. She was then promoted to Senior Vice-President, Regulatory, Customers and Communities in December 2016. A reorganization in June 2018 gave her new responsibilities as Senior Vice President for Customers and Operations vice-presidencies, which include sales, marketing, customer services, new construction, engineering, geomatics, network maintenance, and regional business offices. A communication expert and seasoned strategist, Stéphanie previously was Vice President, Public Affairs – Québec at Labatt Brewing Company Ltd., Director, Public Affairs at the SAQ.
Stéphanie chairs the boards of Gaz Métro Plus, Énergir, chaleur et climatisation urbaines (ECCU) and Soupe pour elles. She is a member of the board of directors and outgoing president of the Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ). She is a member of the Board of Directors of FitSpirit, Direxyon, the Conseil des parrains of the JCCM, ambassador for La Bourse du carbone Scol’ERE and ambassador founder of La Ruche Montréal, a crowdfunding organization.
In 2016, Stéphanie received the Medal of the National Assembly of Quebec. In 2020, Stéphanie received the Prix Femmes d’affaires du Québec in the “Cadre, dirigeante - entreprise privée” category presented by the RFAQ and the “Personnalité EnviroLys” award presented by the CETEQ. In 2021, Stephanie is the recipient of the Clean50 Sustainability Award recognizing her as one of 50 leaders who have played a leading role in advancing sustainability in Canada over the past two years.