Ms. Marie Renaud – MLA for St. Albert

in Heaven, thank you for MLA Ms. Marie Renaud and the gifts you have given her
to lead the people in the community of St. Albert. We’re grateful for all that
has been accomplished through her service. Lord, we ask that you would bless
her at this time with a fresh understanding and vision for the tasks that are
ahead. Continue to give her the insight that she needs for the decisions she
must make. Be with her and her family and protect and keep them safe. Amen

Marie Renaud was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta,
representing the constituency of St. Albert, on May 5, 2015.

In addition to serving on the Standing Committees on Public
Accounts and the Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, she is also a member of
the Select Special Ethics and Accountability Committee.

Prior to serving with the Legislative Assembly, Ms. Renaud
worked for almost 15 years as the executive director of Lo-Se-Ca Foundation, a
nonprofit organization that provides residential and day supports to adults
with developmental disabilities. Prior to this, she spent two years at the
Women’s Economic and Business Solutions Society and seven years as an
instructor at MacEwan University.

She also devoted her time to various boards and committees.
Besides serving as board chair for the Handicapped Housing Society of Alberta,
she was a member of the board for the Alberta Avenue Business Revitalization
Zone and the Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre. In addition, Ms.
Renaud served on various committees, including the Rehabilitation Practitioner
Advisory Committee for MacEwan University and the St. Albert Accessible
Transportation Advisory Committee. She also previously worked with the Edmonton
Council of Service Providers.

Ms. Renaud holds a university certificate in counselling women
from the women’s and gender studies department at the University of Alberta and
a diploma in community disability studies from MacEwan University.

She was named one of Edmonton’s top 100 women in business by the
University of Alberta’s Wanderer magazine in 2014, and she received a Prime
Minister’s volunteer award for social innovation in the prairies region in