Marc-André has been working in information technology and management since 1983. Currently, at Desjardins, where he is in charge of Cybersecurity Workforce Development with the Desjardins Security Academy, working on cybersecurity competency and talent management. At Concordia University since 2011, he teaches IT and cybersecurity in the BCom and MBA programs. At the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Sherbrooke since 2006, he teaches Healthcare informatics and IT Risk Management. Marc-André has a long track record that includes coding, LAN & WAN network management, project management and cybersecurity in various sectors such as Defence, Government, Finance, Health and Education in France, the United States and several Canadian provinces.

He has managed technical teams, programmers, and support staff. Since 1987, Marc-André has specialized in information security, risk management, and IT governance. He founded a Fab Lab and a MakerSpace. He was the curator of the Quebec computer history museum from 2009 to 2015.

He holds many graduate degrees, including a Master’s in MIS and an MBA from UQAM and an Executive MBA from Paris Dauphine PSL University. He is completing a Ph.D. in Sciences and IT with a thesis defense in July 2021.