François Crête

François Crête

François began his career in public affairs in 2003. First in provincial politics, for more than eight years as a cabinet director and, from 2011 to 2016, as vice-president at Cohn & Wolfe Montreal.

His clients work in fields as diverse as transportation, education, culture, the environment, real estate and industrial development, and high technology. His extensive knowledge of the Quebec government, and of public affairs in general, makes him a leading strategic advisor for companies that must navigate the administrative and political maze.

François also assists his clients with their communication and issues management needs. He is known for his ability to quickly grasp strategic issues and transform them into sustainable solutions.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer management from the University of Sherbrooke. Active in several organizations, François chairs the board of directors of the Nature Conservancy of Canada for Quebec, among others.