Vice-président, Department for Client Services and Development, Commission de la Construction du Québec
Audrey Murray has been working on behalf of the Commission de la construction du Québec for over 15 years. As Vice-President of the Department for Client Services and Development, she is a member of the Executive Committee, has participatory involvement in the Board of Directors, and plays a role in defining and resolving issues and carrying out the priorities of the CCQ. Surrounded by a high-level team made up of senior management from departments that include client services, communications, research, workforce diversity, and organizational transformation and project office (DTOBP), she helps fulfill the organization’s mission, which primarily consists in offering high-quality client services and tailoring programs and services around socio-economic issues in order to help the construction industry and economic development in Québec to flourish, and putting in place winning transformation strategies not only with partners in the construction industry but within the CCQ as well.
In her current role, she is chiefly responsible for ensuring that employers and workers in the construction industry experience high-quality service, and for putting in place targeted policies that seek to help women, indigenous communities and immigrants to join the construction industry workforce.
Ms. Murray was recently appointed to the Conseil du statut de la femme by the government and sits on multiple boards, including the board of directors of the Quebec Press Council, the Usine C theatre and Earth Day. Before joining the Commission, Ms. Murray held several positions as an attorney – researcher on civil rights and administrative law. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and legal science, and is a member of the Barreau du Québec. She completed her master’s in comparative law at McGill University.