Jacques Proulx was a full professor at the bachelor's and doctoral levels in occupational psychology at the University of Sherbrooke (1980-2013). He is an expert in intercultural relations psychology in a national and international context.

From 1995 to 2001, Jacques was president of the Canadian Sub-Commission on Education for UNESCO and, in this capacity, he was part of numerous ministerial delegations throughout various regions of the world. As an analyst and visiting professor, he has been involved in numerous international cooperation projects. For more than 15 years, Jacques has focused on interventions in managing cultural diversity. He frequently leads training sessions, presents conferences and conceptualizes training programs for several Quebec ministries, particularly on intercultural dynamics in the context of international relations. Even today, Jacques is helping companies implement integrated diversity management strategies.

Jacques Proulx received the award from the Canadian Bureau for International Education for his contribution to the internationalization of the university. In 2016, he received the award of excellence from the international association of managers in international education for his contribution to the internationalization of higher education over the course of his career.

At Concilium Capital Humain, Jacques acts as a special collaborator, expert and strategic advisor in intercultural relations.

Like the horse, he draws his momentum from his strength, his agility and his determination, and he mobilizes the people around him to achieve a common goal.


Strategic Advisor, Intercultural Relations Psychology