CEO at Leading Boards / Réseau C.A., Member ICD / IAS
A graduate of Universities of Ottawa and Stanford, he taught at University of Ottawa and at University of Montreal. Jean-Marc Félio is an entrepreneur, founder and manager of some major projects in broadcasting, new media and new technologies. He produced eleven Canadian and international feature films, while participating in many innovative projects such as "March 2030", an interactive game on the big screen for the Montreal Science Centre or "The Chronicles of an unfit mother", the first Radio-Canada web series that was a huge success. In addition, he designed and produced for the MUHC (McGill University Health Centre) a software for the management of the Boards of Directors from hospitals and health centers across Canada. Founding member of the Community for Excellence in Health Governance (CEHG), he is also a director of L'Hirondelle, a nonprofit organization aimed at immigrant integration and RCS, a private board offering services to cities and towns in Quebec. He is president of Leading Boards, a board portal with powerful tools that improve boards' efficiency and governance in medium and large enterprises. Spécialités : Entrepreneur: finance, develop and produce projects in new medias and new technologies, focus on governance and boards.