Martine Brouillet is a Montreal-born French Canadian entrepreneur. Throughout her career, she has founded or co-founded several businesses across multiple industries, including a financial tech company, a film production company, and an emerging virtual learning company. She is the founder of Ontario’s largest French-language day camp, Camp Tournesol. She is an activator and investor with SheEO, which funds women-led socially conscious enterprises. She is a graduate from McGill University.
In 2020, she received an award of excellence for her resilience, adaptability, and entrepreneurial spirit from Canadian Parents for French (Ontario). She is the winner of the Fondation Franco-Ontarienne’s 2020 Entrepreneur of the Year award, and a nominee for the Mississauga Board Of Trade Small Business Awards 2021. She has served on many nonprofit boards.
Her passion for animals and the outdoors fuels her activism for the environment. Her flagship company is dedicated to 1% donation for special causes. She spends her free time paddling with her dogs in Sparrow Lake or snowshoeing in the woods of Muskoka. She lives in Mississauga, Ontario.