Monique Hurteau, MBA


Monique Hurteau is a Producer, Director, Writer (and stand-up comedian on a time-out) who holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in Management Consulting. Recent credits include: Writer for CBC Debaters and RightsFest for the opening of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights; co-writer of the 2012-2015 Indigenous Music Awards and Producer, Writer & Co-Director of the 2016 documentary Chasing Lear.

Outside of Monique’s Film/TV work, she’s also a visual artist whose paintings can be found in private collections across Canada, the US and UK.

  • Area(s) of Interest: Writers; Directors; Producers
  • Current Profession: Producer | Director | Writer
  • Company/Employer: Self-employed
  • Work References or Credits: Lorne Cardinal-Actor + Director, CBC Radio, CTV, Canadian Museum of Human Rights
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