|Assumed office |
April 25, 2007
|Preceded by||Réjean Lafrenière|
|Political party||Quebec Liberal Party|
|Portfolio||Education, Recreation, Sport, Family|
Stephanie Vallee is a politician, lawyer and negotiator in Quebec, Canada. She is the Member of the National Assembly of Quebec (MNA) for the provincial riding of Gatineau as a member of the Quebec Liberal Party.
After working as an intern for two years, Vallée was a lawyer in Maniwaki for nearly 12 years, becoming a member of the Barreau du Quebec in 1995, and serving as a Member of the Conseil du Barreau of the former city of Hull. She also worked as a chief negotiator at the federal Department of Indian Affairs. In the 2007 election, she stood as the Liberal candidate for Gatineau, replacing outgoing incumbent MNA Réjean Lafrenière, who did not seek re-election.
In the election, she easily defeated five other candidates, including the Parti Québécois's Therese Yiel-Dery, Action democratique du Quebec's Martin Otis, the Green Party's Gail Walker (a former federal candidate), Quebec Solidaire's Carmen Boucher and the Marxist-Leninist candidate Lisa Leblanc. She was named the Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Education, Sport and Leisure, portfolios under the responsibility of Michelle Courchesne
Heavily involved in cultural affairs, she is a member of the Administration of the Gatineau Valley's Maison de la Culture. She has also worked as an administrator at a local community radio station CHGA-FM.
- National Assembly of Quebec page (French)
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