Caroline Lajoie is an architect with Bisson Associés. For more than 20 years, she has guided the analysis, design and execution of large-scale architectural projects, as well as projects in heritage and cultural enhancement, and enhancement of the natural environment. She is the founding member of the museology division at Bisson Associés, which has completed many award-winning projects. Several of her achievements have been recognized with prestigious awards, such as the Grands Prix du design du Québec, Prix Energia, the Canada Green Building Council award, and an award of excellence from the Ordre des architectes du Québec (OAQ). Ms. Lajoie has been a member of the Board of Directors of the OAQ’s liability insurance fund since 2009, and she has chaired the fund’s committee on disaster, prevention and underwriting since 2010. She has also been a member of the Board of Directors of the Fondation de l’École des Ursulines de Québec since 2015. Ms. Lajoie was a member of the OAQ’s continuing education committee and the Ville de La Malbaie’s urban planning commission (2010–2014), and is an honorary member of LAMIC (Université Laval’s museology and cultural engineering laboratory). Caroline Lajoie is a certified corporate director, and holds a certificate in corporate governance from Université Laval’s Collège des administrateurs de sociétés. She has been a member of the OAQ since 2003.