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Mariame completed her Bachelor of Civil Law degree at the Faculty of Law of Université de Montréal in 2022. Prior to her legal studies, Mariame completed a DEC in Pure and applied sciences at John Abbott College with honours in English. Passionate about her work, Mariame has always been able to combine her academic success and her numerous commitments as a community volunteer. By involving herself in various committees at her faculty, notably the Black Law Student Association of Université de Montréal, she has been able to positively impact student life and improve her faculty’s equity, diversity and inclusion practices. In 2020, especially, she and her colleagues created an entrance scholarship for black students pursuing legal studies at her university. Having had the opportunity to serve on the board of directors of the West Island Black Community Association at a young age, Mariame has developed an interest in corporate and organizational governance.

Guided by her innovative spirit and sense of leadership, she took the initiative to co-found a book club in her community dedicated entirely to the empowerment and representation of black girls in literature. Her initiative has earned her several awards including a recent nomination in the Jeune Chambre de Commerce de Montréal’s Arista contest as a young leader in regard to social responsibility in Quebec.

Aside from her interests in legal issues and volunteering, Mariame cultivates a passion for soccer, dance and traveling.