Marc-André Vienneau


Recognized by L’Acadie Nouvelle as one of the Top 30 Young Francophones to watch in 2021, Marc-André joined m5 Public Affairs in 2023.

Marc-André worked for five years handling community engagement initiatives and communications in the constituency office of the Member of Parliament for Beausejour, Dominic LeBlanc. He has also worked as a communications assistant in the Ottawa office of the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and as a public servant in the Gulf Regional Director’s Office of the Ministry of Fisheries and Oceans.

Marc-André is very active in his community. He is the Deputy Mayor of the Regional Town of Cap-Acadie and has held senior roles within political boards. He’s been involved in campaigns and outreach initiatives for several politicians, serving on provincial and federal riding campaigns as Chief of Staff and Deputy Campaign Manager.

Marc-André is a proud graduate of l’Université de Moncton, holding both a Bachelor’s in Political Science and a Master’s in Public Administration.

In his spare time, he also serves on several local boards like the Shediac Lobster Festival and the Louis-J.-Robichaud Foundation. In February 2023, he was a recipient of a Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal by the Province of New Brunswick.

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