A Communications, Public Relations and Marketing professional, Coralie Muroni has over 15 years of experience in the performing arts sector.
Passionate about dance, she has been supporting the mission of L’École supérieure de ballet du Québec since the end of 2021.
Having worked for the Regroupement québécois de la danse for a dozen years, she is also recognized for her strong skills in concertation, political communications, community building and associative life.
Greatly involved in the cultural sector, Coralie Muroni has been a member of several boards of directors, including the companies MAYDAY (of which she is currently vice-president) and 14 Lieux. She has also participated in numerous concertation committees on various issues in the artistic sector: digital, inclusion and diversity, eco-responsibility and performing arts attendance.
Coralie Muroni holds a master's degree in contemporary art history and studied for a master's degree in performing arts management.