Isabelle Bouchard is an economist at the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), where she specializes in research on the performance of the Canadian economy and small and medium-sized enterprises. Her main task is to develop and publish research reports on economic topics and trends impacting Canadian entrepreneurs.
Isabelle joined BDC in January 2019. Previously, she was a junior consultant for Economic and Human development at the United Nation Development Program in Cambodia, where she developed and managed economic projects. Isabelle was also a research officer for the New Zealand Work Research Institute, where she was responsible for conducting labour economics research projects to support the development of public policies.
She holds a master's degree in Economics from HEC Montreal and a certificate in Machine learning and Data science from NABE.