Ever since she was little, Emmanuelle has been very interested in the various wild animals that cross her path as well as multiple animal documentaries. Her thirst for discovery and adventure led her to take a 2.5 year trip traveling the American West Coast from Yukon to Peru by hitchhiking. During this journey, she worked in a Colombian refuge for animals rescued from illegal trade in order to raise awareness among visitors of the environmental impacts of this practice. Moreover, it was his entry into the world of scuba diving that gave her the irrepressible desire to work with marine mammals.
Back in Quebec, she became a technician in bioecology in 2021, then worked within the Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs in herpetology. 2022 marks the beginning of her career at MICS with enthusiasm. Actively working for the protection of these giants of the seas give her pride and daily pleasure.