Martin-Pierre joined Prospectus in 2005 after almost a decade in the Federal government. From 1998 to 2004, he held various senior positions under Liberal cabinet ministers Pierre Pettigrew and Herb Dhaliwal.
During his eight years on Parliament Hill, Martin-Pierre also had the opportunity to work in a variety of departments including; Human Resources Development, Health Canada, Revenue Canada, Intergovernmental Affairs and Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Martin-Pierre has extensive knowledge and expertise regarding policy formation, cabinet decision-making and legislative proceedings. He has served as the principle advisor to the Liberal Minister for International Trade on the softwood lumber, steel, agricultural commodities, aerospace, and pharmaceutical trade issues and on all Canada-United States trade matters. He also advised the minister on trade remedy actions, WTO challenges and trade agreement negotiations.
Martin-Pierre’s vast experience has resulted in the request for his assistance in complex governmental relations strategies, more specifically those in relation to Environment, Trade, Natural Resources, Transportation, Health, Consumer Goods and Agriculture.
Martin-Pierre holds a bachelor degree in business administration from Laval University in Quebec City. He is fluently bilingual in French and English.