Meet our team
Léa Brousseau-Bellavance, 2022-2023 Co-Coordinator (she/her)
Léa was born and raised in Montreal. She will be starting her second year of law school at McGill in September 2022 and her second year of involvement with PBSC. Her primary focus is on issues related to children's rights and victims of sexual violence. Léa graduated from UQAM with a B.A. in Communication, Politics and Society, where she studied the impact of media and political discourse from a feminist perspective. She has worked for over 5 years for a community organization providing services to people and children with autism and their family.
As co-coordinator of PBSC McGill, she looks forward to building incredible partnerships for 2022-2023 to support communities facing barriers to justice.
Jacqueline Sirois, 2022-2023 Co-Coordinator (she/her)
Jacqueline is a proud Fransaskoise from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She will be starting her second year of law school at McGill in September 2022 and her second year of involvement with PBSC. Jacqueline is passionate about public law. Her goal is to make the law accessible to minority and marginalized communities. Prior to law school, she completed a Bachelor of Political Science with a minor in Law at the University of Ottawa, where she worked in the Senate of Canada for over 5 years.
As co-coordinator of PBSC McGill, she looks forward to encouraging the involvement of other students in the mission of PBSC for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Lucy Geng, Communication Volunteer (she/her)
Lucy is an incoming third-year undergraduate student studying psychology & GSFS at McGill. She was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, just two hours away from Montreal. She is studying abroad at the University of Sydney in Australia for the fall 2022 semester. While studying abroad, she is eager to be immersed in a unique legal system and gain a deeper understanding of the field of law on a global scale. She took an interest in getting involved with PBSC last year as she is passionate about increasing access to legal services despite financial barriers.
As the Communications Officer of PBSC McGill, Lucy looks forward to promoting the program, projects, partners, and volunteers to a broader audience.