Veronique is a graduating student and Quebec native studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Sherbrooke. She aspires to work in a field that contributes to fight against climate change, which is what motivated her to pursue engineering. In the fall of 2022, she completed an internship at the Biomass Technologies Laboratory (BTL), where she worked on an electrocatalytic technology for greenhouse gases conversion into synthetic gas (Power-to-X). This experience led her to pursue a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree program to further her studies on the same technology. She has returned to the LBT to begin her research-based master’s degree under the supervision of Dr. Bruna Rego De Vasconcelos. Her project will focus on studying the kinetics and mass transport of an electrocatalytic process for converting combustion gases from various sources into synthetic gas, with the goal of producing low-carbon methanol. This project is part of the “Materials for Clean Fuels” Challenge Program launched by the National Research Council of Canada. Prior to this, she gained experience in the industrial field through internships in different industries in Quebec, including the pulp and paper industry at Cascades. Alongside her studies, Veronique is also a dedicated student-athlete in cross-country and track and field for the University of Sherbrooke’s Vert et Or team.