Our team brings together human resources experts and PhDs. We understand your requirements in high-level scientific skills
- and we know how to find them
Head of the Montreal office
Thomas holds an MBA degree from Kedge Business School and has worked in various management and business development positions. After holding a strategic position within a human resources consulting firm in Montreal, he joined the Montreal office of Adoc Talent Management. He's involved in business development, account and project management as well as headhunting missions.
Rebecca Maymon, PhD
Rebecca joined Adoc Talent Management in 2019 as a Research Officer and Recruitment Consultant with a PhD in Educational Psychology from McGill University, Montreal. Over the past 10 years, she has developed and contributed to research projects in minimizing stress during transition periods, motivation, engagement, and human behavior. Additionally, she has had experience in instructional design and delivery at all levels of higher education in both traditional and online formats.
Over the past five years, Simon has served as a communications professional in organizations such as startups and non-profits operating in philanthropy and culture. He joined the team at Adoc Talent Management in 2019.
As Adoc's Communications Officer for its Montréal, Paris and Brussels offices, he is responsible for bolstering the company's influence and growth through various public engagement efforts.
Marianne Chevrier, PhD
Marianne holds a PhD in Educational Psychology at McGill University, Montreal. She joined Adoc Talent Management as a Researcher and Recruitment Consultant. Her doctoral research focuses on the cognitive, metacognitive and affective mechanisms that facilitate the attainment of the highest levels of learning, as well as on the development of competencies at post-secondary levels. In addition, she has a degree in business management and more than 5 years of experience as a manager and team leader in the retail sector.
Matthieu Lafon, PhD
Matthieu holds a PhD in cognitive psychology. He worked for three years in a renowned French company in the energy sector, after which he co-founded Adoc Talent Management, in 2008. Head of the strategic and international development, recruitment consultant and training consultant for Adoc, he was also nominated AERES (now HCERES) expert to assess French graduate schools.
Alexandre Lehmann, PhD
Alexandre is a cognitive neuroscientist, currently assistant professor at McGill University. He served as the executive director of a non-profit association dedicated to cognitive science research, and then worked as a post-doctoral fellow during four years in Canada and Mexico. Well aware of the challenges PhDs face when entering the current job market, he has been giving lectures and workshops on this topic. He acts as scientific consultant for Adoc.
Jennifer Da Veiga Rocha
Jennifer is in her final year of a bachelor's degree in Information and communication at the University Saint-Denis. Her adaptability has allowed her to do several internships as a community manager in the field of health and well-being, but also as a first assistant web editor. In January 2020, Jennifer joined the Adoc Talent Management team in Montreal for an internship as a communication manager.
Claire is in her a second year of Bachelor's degree in Commerce student at Kedge Business School, Marseille. Organized, she has been involved in the organization of several associations. Recently, her communication skills enabled her to be partnership manager in an association for a year and a half. In February 2020, Claire joined the Adoc Talent Management team in Montreal as a Recruitment Consultant.
Prof. Martin Kreiswirth
Marty, a professor of English at McGill University and former Dean, developed the award-winning SKILLSETS – offering doctoral students and graduates advanced interdisciplinary professional development training for positions inside and outside the academy. He previously worked at the University of Western Ontario, where he established the 360 degree Graduate Student Initiative, which provided training in professional skills for successful transition to careers in academia, government, industry and beyond. He is an active researcher in literary studies and critical theory.