Jean-Francois Roberge

Chambly
Jean-Francois Roberge

Second Opposition Group critic for education, youth, higher education, research and science.

Experience

While spending 17 years as a primary school teacher, Jean-François Roberge gained in-depth knowledge of the education system. He has been involved with the FEUQ and the Superior Council of Education and was the president of Youth Force and the Association in Defence of Young Teachers (ADJEQ).

He is also a creative writer, and his first book, Francis Lost in the Meanders (Francis perdu dans les méandres), was published with Pierre Tisseyre Publishing in 2010. In November 2014, he published a second book called Francis the Bold (Francis l’intrépide).

Through his dedication and talents as a communicator, he became education correspondent for the TVA morning show “Deux filles le matin” for three years. He is also a blogger for the Huffington Post.

As the second opposition group critic for education, Jean-François defends services for students in difficulty and has spoken out against the network’s heavy bureaucracy and raises for university administrators.

Contact

Tel: 450-658-5452

Bureau de circonscription

2028, Bourgogne av.
Chambly (Quebec) J3L 1Z6