Meet Our Team

Kimberly Martins, M.A. CCC-SLP

Founder and Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified multilingual Speech-Language Pathologist with the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and a member of the “Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec” (OOAQ) and of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). After my American graduate education and professional experiences, I moved back to my hometown of Montreal to found my private practice Orthophonie VoxLingue to share my knowledge with multilingual and multicultural families raising children with diverse speech and language needs.

Being able to communicate and support people in my life has always been crucial to me. This profession has allowed me to expand my desire to help a multitude of individuals and families, which I am grateful for every day. I thank our community of clients and families for their continued support and trust in our speech services provided by our dedicated professionals at Orthophonie VoxLingue.

Research and mentorship are essential in our growing field. I have had the honor of mentoring and supervising dedicated graduate students and assistants throughout my career and helped shape future clinicians to serve our families. Understanding and working as a team with our clients and families is a crucial part of our services at Orthophonie VoxLingue. I was fortunate to further understand my clients through my research. In 2015, under the supervision of Dr. Hall, I presented “Families raising children who stutter: Concerns and Advice” at the International Fluency Association Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, and “Families raising children with disabilities: Concerns and Advice” at the ASHA conference. My graduate thesis “Worldwide Speech-Language Pathology Practice: Stuttering and Multilingualism” was also presented at the Joint World Congress (IFA, ICA, ISA) in Hiroshima, Japan in July 2018.

Renata Masucci, M.Sc.A

Co-Owner and Speech-Language Pathologist

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I was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, and pursued my university education at McGill University for both my Bachelor’s of Linguistics and Psychology as well as my Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology. I am a certified SLP with the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ). I am looking forward to serving families in the Montreal community with the wealth of knowledge and experience I have gained throughout my years of training. I have experience in both the private and public sectors of Quebec, including school boards and hospitals. Outside of work, I enjoy cooking, listening to podcasts, recording music, and creating innovative games for my clients.

I joined the VoxLingue team in 2020 and am proud to stand with a group of multilingual clinicians who prioritize individualized services throughout the evaluation and treatment process. We understand that everyone’s needs are different and will take the time to ensure we are focusing on your specific needs and motivations.

I became an SLP because I am passionate about ensuring every individual gets to experience the ability to communicate effectively. Without communication, we are not the social beings we were designed to be. I would love to help you or your child become an effective communicator, whether their difficulties lie in articulation, language, fluency, voice, or a foreign accent. I am trained in the Lidcombe Program for children who stutter and will continue to pursue certificates in the upcoming years that are centered around early intervention. My goal is to give parents the support to understand exactly what their child’s difficulties may be and then to give them all the tools they need to support their child. I look forward to meeting you either at our office or even online, via Zoom!

Emily Foreman, M.Sc.A, SLP (C) Provisional

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a Speech-Language Pathologist that graduated from McGill University with a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and am registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). I am originally from Windsor, Ontario, and have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Windsor. I love spending my free time practicing calligraphy, playing board games, staying active, and learning new languages – I was able to practice my French while attending graduate school in Montreal, and am beginning to learn Russian as well! I’m a planner and organizer at heart, and I love incorporating this into sessions with my clients.

During my final placement at McGill, I was fortunate enough to gain experience working with kids with speech sound disorders and cleft lip and palate and I’m excited to continually learn and expand my knowledge in these areas! I’ve been providing virtual sessions through Zoom since March 2020, and love coming up with creative, effective, and evidence-based ways to engage with my clients. I look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your speech and language goals!

Gabrielle Desaulniers, M.P.O

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a Speech-Language Pathologist and member of the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec. I completed both my bachelor's and my master’s degree in  Speech-Language Pathology at the Université de Montréal in 2021. Growing up in a small town, I was always very curious and passionate about languages and communication as a whole. I grew up speaking French and learned English mostly through my own curiosity about international culture, and I’m still very fond of learning new languages. I thrive when being creative, silly and surrounded by colleagues and clients who push me to better myself everyday. I love finding new and colorful ways to make speech and language feel more like a game and less like a challenge for my patients.


Being diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood has shaped my practice and my personal life, and unlearning many of the stigmas associated with neurodivergence has been an eye-opening and very rewarding experience. I strive to create a safe space for all my clients and promote neurodiversity both in my therapeutic approach and in my counseling role for families and professionals. I do not believe in practices that encourage a child to mask their true selves or to make themselves uncomfortable to fit a norm, and I will gladly adapt any and all traditional intervention methods and goals to foster authentic communication and relationship building over neurotypical conformity. 


During my years of schooling, I gathered invaluable experience working in different clinical environments, both in schools and clinics. I work mostly with a pediatric clientele and have worked mostly with neurodivergent children and teenagers, but am always willing to learn and take steps to further my understanding of a variety of topics in order to offer the best possible services for my clients. I discovered a great interest in alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) and its benefits, and aspire to become a resource for families as well as professionals in order to give as many children as possible access to a total communication framework that fits their needs.

Maica Machnik M.Sc.A

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a speech-language pathologist and member of the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec. I obtained my Master of Science at the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders within McGill’s Faculty of Medicine. With an extensive academic background in linguistics and years of professional experience as a performing artist, I combine my creativity and scientific process in my practice. My previous professional experience was in medical and educational settings. In my free time, I participate in sports such as basketball and long-distance swimming. I am a great team player and highly goal-oriented. Working at Vox-Lingue is a great opportunity for me to combine my professional strengths as a Speech-Language Pathologist with my fun and playful personality.

Melanie Custo Blanch, M.Sc.A

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a member of the “Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec” (OOAQ) and of Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC).

I pursued my bachelor studies in Psychology with a double minor in linguistics and education at McGill. I then completed my master’s at the McGill School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD) in 2020. During my studies, I worked and volunteered in diverse settings and with multiple populations. I worked at a lab where I had the opportunity to do research on music therapy and the impact it has on the level of engagement in school-aged children with Autism.

I began my career as a Speech-Language Pathologist (S-LP) working at a Montreal-based Hospital where I currently work with adult and elderly populations. While working at the hospital, I primarily focus on helping those with dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, dysphonia, and neurodegenerative diseases. I enjoy the fast-paced setting and the rapport I have built with many of my patients.

As I enjoy working in diverse settings and clientele of all ages, I decided to work at a private clinic alongside my medical job. This is how I came to join the VoxLingue team in 2021. I was eager to work at VoxLingue given all the endless learning opportunities and the possibility to work with the Spanish-speaking community.

I was born in Montreal Quebec and raised speaking Spanish, English, and French. Being trilingual has become a part of my identity and has driven my interest in languages. Knowing multiple languages has allowed me to communicate and further connect with others. Communication is a right to which we are all entitled. Being able to help others communicate and advocate for their wants and needs is one of the many reasons why I am so passionate about my profession. I enjoy working collaboratively with other professionals, empowering parents to take ownership of the therapy, and following the client’s lead to best achieve their goals.

Margarita Kalantzis, M.Sc.A

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a member of the "Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec." I completed my Bachelor's degree in Honours Linguistics at Concordia University and my master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from McMaster University. As a graduate student, I worked in different clinical settings, including private practice and school boards, which enabled me to interact with and support numerous clients, young and adults alike, providing various services and help.

I am certified in the Hanen It Takes Two to Talk program, which has given me the tools to assist parents and young children identified as having a language delay. Due to my desire to continuously learn and explore different competencies, I will also take certification courses in Orofacial Myology and Speech Sound Disorders in the coming months.

I have a passion for helping others, which motivated me to look into the rewarding and specialized field of Speech-Language Pathology. I look forward to serving families in Montreal and surrounding communities in English, French, and Greek.

I look forward to meeting you and/or your child via Zoom or in person!

Paraskevi Ginakes, M.Sc.A

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ), I hold a Bachelor of Arts, Advanced with a major in linguistics and minor in psychology from the University of Manitoba, as well as a Master’s of Science, Applied in speech-language pathology from McGill University.

Over the course of my clinical placements and professional experiences, I have been exposed to a vast array of clientele, ranging from paediatric to geriatric populations, in both the private and public sectors in settings like schools, clinics, and hospitals. My areas of clinical expertise include:

  • Early intervention (i.e. prelinguistic/emerging language screening and intervention for ages 0-5)
  • Language and literacy difficulties (elementary school aged through adolescence and into adulthood)
  • Oral language (expression, comprehension, grammar, social communication skills and more) 
  • Literacy (reading, writing and spelling)
  • Language difficulties in the context of other neurodevelopmental conditions (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hyperactivity, etc)
  • Orofacial myofunctional disorders (i.e. inappropriate movement patterns of the face and mouth resulting in habitual open-mouth posture, incorrect bite positioning, chewing difficulties, tongue thrust swallow, tongue-tie and more) 
  • Articulation (i.e. difficulty with pronunciation of certain sounds in words) 
  • Aphasia (language disorder caused by neurological damage from a stroke, brain tumour, traumatic brain injury or degenerative disease)

In all instances, I strive to form a meaningful, supportive connection with my client to help them reach their full communicative potential. I am excited to be part of the VoxLingue team and I look forward to collaborating with you or your child to develop and achieve your communication goals!

Mariejoe Sfeir, M.P.O.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a member of «l’ordre des orthophonistes et audiologists du Québec (OOAQ)». I completed my bachelor's degree in 2020 and my master's degree in 2021 at the University of Montreal and I have been working at Vox Lingue ever since. I am of Lebanese origin so multilingualism has always been one of my areas of interest. I am also interested in voice, accent reduction and oral and written language difficulties. Outside of work, I am a creative and active person. I like adventures and always embark on new artistic activities. I am also a big reader and made it my mission to share the love of reading with my clients and the people around me.

Yasmine Benkirane, M.Sc.A

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a licensed trilingual Speech-Language Pathologist with the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ) and hold a bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Sciences with a specialization in language and linguistics from Carleton University and a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from McGill University. I was born and raised in Morocco and am fluent in Moroccan Arabic, French, and English. I have acquired clinical experience in a wide variety of settings with both the pediatric and adult populations. I’ve always been fascinated by the human brain and languages and speech therapy is the perfect fusion of both worlds. I also love learning about other people’s cultures, interests, and advocating for their needs. I strongly believe that communication is a fundamental human right. To understand and to be understood not only allows you to express your basic wants and needs but also enables exchange, growth, and active participation.

My goal at Voxlingue is to create a bridge for people with communication difficulties to ease their path into this demanding world and give them all the tools they need to become successful communicators ! My primary areas of interest include early language intervention, developmental language disorders, speech sound disorders, and social communication. During my free time, I enjoy traveling the world and learning about other people’s cultures and traditions while trying out new foods ! I also enjoy playing the piano, dancing, and singing. I look forward to working with you and your child to achieve your communicative goals!

Sandrine Le Gall, M.P.O.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a Speech Language Pathologist and member of the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ). I got both my bachelor's and master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Université de Montréal. Before joining the VoxLingue team, I worked in the public healthcare system with a 0-15 year old population presenting different psychiatric particularities (anxiety, ADHD, ASD/suspected, Gilles de la Tourette syndrome, etc.). Now, I divide my practice between early intervention in the public healthcare system and private practice at VoxLingue. At the clinic, I specialize in the evaluation and intervention of oral and written language, in a school aged/teenage/adult population.

The most important thing in my practice is to transmit tools and strategies to the client that they can use on their own outside of therapy, aiming at client autonomy and empowerment. What I love most about my job is finding individualized solutions for each client and their lifestyle. This makes my work diverse and humanly rewarding.

Fascinated by language since a young age, working in the SLP field feels like joining one of my passions into work. Fun fact: at 8 years-old, I asked my parents to take Japanese lessons, which I did for a year! No need to say that I have almost forgotten everything by now, but my passion for languages has stayed and I am now focusing on perfecting my Spanish. Encouraging the desire to learn, no matter the subject, in youth helps them discover themselves and increase their motivation. It is something that I strongly integrate in my practice.

Andréanne Langis, M.P.O.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a speech language pathologist member of the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ) and I am clinically certified by the Speech-language pathology and audiology canadian association (SAC). I have a bachelor's and a master's degree in speech-language pathology from University of Montreal.

I work both in the public and the private healthcare system. I worked for 3 years in the child psychiatry field, with children and adolescents presenting mental health particularities (ADHD, Gilles la tourette syndrome, anxiety, behavioral disorders, attachment disorders, etc.). I now work in the assessment of autism spectrum disorders in teenagers.

Since the beginning of my speech-language pathology journey, I have been involved in the development of practices targeting adolescents and their family. I like oral and written language and social communication, and I am always on the lookout for new innovative practices that can have a direct impact on the lives of young people and their loved ones.

Daphnée Dubé, M.Sc.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a speech-language pathologist member of the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ). I have a particular interest in infant and pediatric feeding (including lactation, bottle feeding, and starting solids). I am a certified SOFFI professional (Supporting Oral Feeding in Fragile Infants) and have trained in responsive feeding approaches. I also love working with emergent language learners. I am passionate about fostering a positive environment for language and interaction in my sessions and helping parents transfer this in their home through parent coaching. I have worked mostly with children aged 0-7, including children with language disorder and intellectual disability, and with autistic children (including supporting gestalt language processing).

I have a passion for research and have presented my work on multilingual language evaluation internationally. I’ve also extensively participated in research on infant language development and have published research on shared book reading with bilingual kids and second language learners. I’d be happy to answer your questions on these topics. 

I look forward to meeting you and determining what is the best plan for your child and your family together.  

Languages: French (native), English (native), American Sign Language (advanced beginner; for feeding and swallowing services)

Lisa Martignetti, M.Sc.A.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a member of the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologists du Québec (OOAQ).

I pursued my undergraduate studies at Concordia University, where I obtained a BA in Modern Languages (major in Spanish Expression & Culture; double minor in Italian and French) and a second BA in Honors Linguistics. I then obtained a Master of Science at McGill University’s School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD), where I received clinical training in speech-language pathology as well as research training. I currently work at the SCSD’s Voice and Upper Airway Research Lab, where I coordinate several clinical studies that focus on voice disorders and vocal health.

My clinical experience has been centered around the healthcare setting. During my academic and clinical career, I had the opportunity to work with various adult populations at the MUHC and affiliated hospitals, such as head and neck cancer, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and voice disorder patients.  I currently work in an adult acute-care setting where I focus mostly on dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, and tracheotomy.

I decided to join the VoxLingue team so I can put forth my knowledge and reach more individuals in need. Being part of this group of dedicated professionals allows me to learn and expand my skills continuously, enabling me to provide the best service possible to the adolescents and adults that I work with. I look forward to meeting you in person or via Zoom!

Aryana Napoleon-Patenaude, M.Sc.A

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a member of the “Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ).


I was born and raised in Montreal, Québec and I pursued my bachelor studies in Linguistics with a minor in psychology at McGill University. I then went on to complete my master’s degree at the McGill School of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2022.

During my studies and volunteer work, I have had the pleasure of working in both the private and public sectors of Quebec, in schools, as well as private clinics, providing services both in-person and via telepractice. I have had the chance to work with a variety of clients in both the pediatric and adult populations in both English and French. My interest in this area of work stems from my brother’s personal experience of having been followed by several speech-language pathologists growing up. Observing his progress over time and seeing how much advocacy work was involved in the profession, helped me establish my own desire to advocate on behalf of clients and their families and help contribute to them being the strongest communicators they can be.

My priority as a speech-language pathologist is to ensure that I am providing my clients with adequate strategies, tools, and knowledge to foster independence and empowerment outside of the clinical setting. My goal is to provide a person-centered approach providing a sincere and kind therapeutic relationship to my clients that contributes to them reaching their full communicative potential. It is a pleasure to be a part of the VoxLingue team and I look forward to collaborating with you or your child!

Laurence Beaudin, M.P.O.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I’m a Speech-Language Pathologist and member of the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologiste du Québec (OOAQ) and of Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC).

I did my bachelor’s degree in psychology at Université Laval in Quebec City. I then completed my master’s degree in speech-language pathology in the new 2-year program at Université de Montreal. During my journey, I was able to discover many practices, but the one I bonded the most with is in the field of voice. I had the chance to learn how to sing a few years back and I was impressed with the connections you can make between singing and speech-language pathology. I studied this field because I was always fascinated by the different accents that exist and because I think that communication is a fundamental need every human being has. In addition to vocal therapy, I also practice with children that have language disorders or with people who have orofacial myofunctional disorders.

I’m from Sept-Iles, a town in Côte-Nord. I like the fresh air from the sea over there, but I love the heat of Montreal. For a long time, I studied and taught classical ballet, so you could say that I’m a creative person that likes to move. In my free time, I like to relax bundled up in a blanket with a good book and tea.

The field of speech-language pathology is fascinating for me because of its diversity of clienteles and I’m so happy to start my career somewhere I can have a diverse caseload. I prioritize well-being and collaboration with my clients. I’m excited to help people find their voice and means of communication back, whatever that may be.

Stratigo Stasia Paraskevakos, M.P.O.

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a member of the “Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec” (OOAQ). I hold a bachelor’s degree in linguistics from the University of Concordia, and I obtained my master’s degree in speech therapy from Université de Montréal in 2022.

My passion for speech therapy stems from when I was a very young girl. I watched and learned as my sister obtained speech therapy. Her speech therapist inspired me with her compassion, empathy and knowledge of the profession. 

Over the past few years, my placements have allowed me to be exposed to different settings, such as daycares, high-schools and rehabilitation centers which deepened my passion for speech therapy, while also exposing me to its challenges and leading me to discover how crucial it can be for all ages.

I am excited for this new chapter of my life and being a part of the Vox Lingue team. I look forward to working with you and your children to achieve their communicative goals.

Annissa Di Marino, MSc

Speech-Language Pathologist

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I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist with the "Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec" (OOAQ). I completed my Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology at McGill University and pursued my Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology at McMaster University in Ontario. As a graduate student, I gained clinical experience with diverse client populations, ranging from children in private clinics and in the school setting to geriatrics in the hospital setting. Through these experiences, I learned that I particularly enjoy working with children and setting them up with the skills to communicate effectively throughout their lifetime.


I was born in Montreal and raised speaking French and English. I am working to improve my Italian skills to eventually be able to serve clients in all three languages. Outside of work, I enjoy trying new restaurants and finding new trails to go hiking with my dog. I am passionate about expanding my knowledge as a clinician and working with you to best support you and/or your child!

Stefanie Torrent, B.A.

Administrative Coordinator

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I am from Johannesburg South Africa and I am currently working on a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics. I graduated with a Psychology degree back in 2011 and after 10 years of traveling and working in a number of related fields, I have decided to pursue a career in Speech-Language Pathology. I have had the opportunity to be a teacher in Northern Brazil and worked extensively in childcare while living in Paris where I organized fun and educational workshops around the city. I was also involved in an art therapy program in Northern Nicaragua where we focused on developing positive and creative outlets for children in disadvantaged neighborhoods. More recently, I have worked as an ophthalmic technician where I conducted preliminary eye exams for patients of all ages with a focus on the elderly requiring additional attention.

I am happy to now be working at VoxLingue while completing my studies to further learn from and contribute to the SLP community. If you have any inquiries, don’t hesitate to reach out, I would be happy to take your call!

Maria Marques

Administrative Assistant

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I joined the VoxLingue team as Administrative Assistant and I am very proud and honored. I was born in Mozambique, South Africa to Portuguese parents. They immigrated when I was 5 years old in this beautiful big city with multiple cultural diversities. I attended school in French all my youth as well as the Portuguese school during my primary. English came naturally through youth programming. I managed to read, speak and write in these 3 wonderful languages.

For over 30 years I have worked in community pharmacy. Thanks to this experience in the health sector, I gained experience in customer service. In addition, I contributed to the training of employees, the coordination of the shipping and delivery department as well as the management of orders. Smiling, diligent, passionate, concerned about the well-being of patients and always ready to help my colleagues and companies to grow have made me a better person and acquired my knowledge and experience in the field.

I want to contribute and take up this new challenge in order to bring more to the company and help the well-being of parents and their children. In my free time reading is a real passion. I always read alternately in the 3 languages ​​in order to keep my brain stimulated and preserve my written and spoken vocabulary in French, English and Portuguese.In my opinion, it is a great wealth and a privilege to be able to communicate with people in these three languages. My other passions are DIY and photography. 

Looking forward to talking to you on the phone or meeting you at the clinic. I will be available for any questions and needs to meet your wonderful and dedicated speech therapy team VoxLingue.

Vladimir Romanov, B. Eng., MBA


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Upon graduation, I found myself at a Procter & Gamble manufacturing site where I tackled technical challenges that pushed me to learn, develop myself as a leader, and execute multimillion-dollar projects while leading cross-functional teams. This role was fundamental to my career and allowed me to develop key relationships in the industry. Some of the most exciting projects I completed during this time include two-line roll-outs (valued over $20MM each) and a Research & Development project that allowed the production of PocketPearl (A highly successful P&G brand).

Due to a desire to gain additional leadership and management experience, I decided to join Kraft Heinz in 2017. At KHC, I was put in charge of 26 mechanics and electricians while trying to manage tight budgets, KPIs, and Lean Six Sigma initiatives at a food production facility. I managed to make a positive impact on multiple metrics of the plant, primarily on Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE). Unfortunately, due to a leadership decision, this plant was shut down in 2018.

While at Kraft Heinz, I developed an aptitude for leading technical projects and established a relationship with the owner of DreamVersion. DreamVersion is a small system integration firm that brought me on board as a consultant and systems integrator. Within the company, I took on multiple roles, supporting several clients (Kraft Heinz and Post Holdings) in a manufacturing setting and helping them with their digital transformation journey. Some of my projects include full plant design and roll-out, integration of multiple MES/OEE systems, and multiple PLC overhaul projects.

As I grew my capabilities on the technical side, my desire to fully understand business aspects grew. While maintaining a part-time capacity at DreamVersion, I decided to embark on a new journey that is an MBA at McGill University.

Thus far, the experience of the MBA has been incredible. I’ve made countless connections, learned about business best practices, accounting, business strategy, marketing, finance, and more. I’m hoping to apply my knowledge as well as technical background and experience to a role that will challenge me with greater problems and push me beyond what I was able to achieve to this date. I’m pursuing a dual concentration in Business Strategy and Finance.