Nicolas is son of Vietnamese refugees who fled their home country risking their lives in unseaworthy boats. Fortified by his family struggle, he has been relentless in his quest for a meaningful and purposeful life.
Jean-François Nobert has been involved with Junto since 2014, he has participated in the organization of several events and is a member of the board of directors. Professionally, he has worked for the CCR refinery since 2009, where he works as a planner for an electrical maintenance department.
DIEGO PICCINI DA TODI
Diego graduated from the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis with a B.A. in General History with a minor in Art History, followed by a M.A. in Contemporary History obtained with honors (he quickly included Internet tools in the process of indexing and writing of his thesis) and finally a D.E.A. (Master II) in History / Human Sciences.
Sébastien works at VIA Rail Canada as a Senior project manager, Rolling stock. As such, he is responsible for many large scale projects such as the modernisation of the Corridor fleet, travelling between Quebec and Windsor, and used by thousands of canadians.
Ikram is a Consultant within Omnia AI, Deloitte Canada's artificial intelligence practice. Prior to joining Deloitte, Ikram worked for the office of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Bombardier and for the cabinet of the Minister of Health of Canada as a policy analyst.
Co-founder ADI Inc., self-taught entrepreneur
Christian is a serial entrepreneur and has a Makers to Entrepreneurs DNA, he is also passionate about Hardware-techno and StartUps. Christian is co-founder of the first Hardware accelerator for Quebec’s StartUps and SME.
With his strong technical skillset, David Leblanc understands the inherent financial and behavioral complexities of high net worth individuals. Knowing that every family’s situation is unique and requires distinction, he ensures that portfolio construction is aligned solely based on the family’s objectives.
Born in Paris of Chinese parents, Estelle attended Lycée Français de Pékin (private French school in Beijing), where she quickly became trilingual, before moving back to Paris.