The members of the Board of the Conseil économique et coopératif de la Saskatchewan.
Marcel Michaud is a native of Delmas, Saskatchewan, a small town east of North Battleford. He graduated from Collège Mathieu de Gravelbourg and went on to study at the University of Ottawa and the University of Regina, later completing an MEd at the University of Oregon in the United States.
In addition to his teaching career in Saskatchewan, Mr. Michaud worked for four years for the Department of National Defence in Germany and taught for five years in the Alberta school system. Among the notable accomplishments of his teaching career, he established the very first Fransaskois pre-kindergarten in North Battleford, began École Père Mercure, and developed the first Francophone virtual school in Saskatchewan.
He is currently a policy analyst for the Ministry of Advanced Education. Mr. Michaud has been a member of the CÉCS board since June 2016. He also chairs the Conseil pastoral francophone interdiocésain de la Saskatchewan (CPFIS) and is a member of the board of an investment firm whose head office is in Calgary.