Jeanne Lacombe is a third-year student from Québec pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Bioresource Engineering at McGill University. As a Bioresource Engineer, her goal is to improve the health of the biosphere by implementing sustainable alternatives to current technologies to promote a transition to a circular economy. Throughout her academic journey, she completed an agronomy internship in Saint-Hyacinthe and another on biopolymer packaging in Hamburg, Germany. This experience has allowed her to acquire knowledge in biomaterials, waste valorization, agricultural and energy infrastructure, as well as technical skills such as the use of programming tools, the use of software and bioplastic production in the laboratory. Detail-oriented and enjoying teamwork, Jeanne speaks fluent French, English, Spanish, and has basic German skills. She aspires to apply her knowledge and learn more about biofuel production and the recycling of agricultural and maple residual plastics. Outside of her studies, she enjoys practicing various outdoor sports in both summer and winter, and plays the accordion in her leisure time.