Our team- Annie Paré | CASACOM
page-template,page-template-full_width,page-template-full_width-php,page,page-id-60156,page-child,parent-pageid-59989,qode-core-1.2,,pitch child-child-ver-1.0.0,pitch-ver-2.1, vertical_menu_with_scroll,smooth_scroll,grid_1300,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.4.5,vc_responsive

« Learning and becoming a better person every day. »

– Annie Paré

(514) 243-6263


  1. Bachelor’s of Commerce with Great Distinction from McGill University
  2. President of SQPRP (Quebec Public Relations Professionals’ Association) since March 2016 (and interim treasurer in 2015–2016)
  3. Member of the 2018 Honours Committee for the Montreal Symphony Orchestra’s Children’s Ball

Profile and expertise

Why I love what I do

I’ve always been fascinated by the power of words—the nuances they can express, their beauty when well‑crafted, and their extraordinary impact when communicated with mastery and precision. For many years now, I’ve held a deep‑seated conviction that I was born for the work I do. I’ve had the good fortune over the years to provide support and guidance to some exceptional leaders as they tackled communications and managed issues. My growth as a professional has really been shaped by those influences. Still today, nothing motivates me more than building relationships of trust. By sharing and learning from each other, we’re able to go further and become even better at what we do.


We’re such a tight team at CASACOM, and we work with such top‑tier clients. Public relations can’t be improvised, and they can’t be bought. They have to be built, with conviction and dedication, by listening to the parties involved. At CASACOM, we team up with high‑calibre organizations that trust us to guide them as they navigate communications and public relations, and we work with them to continuously strengthen their brand. That’s really the heart and soul of CASACOM.

What else…

At work, in my personal life, and in my professional commitments, I’m driven by the desire to learn and become a better person every day. And no matter what I’m doing, I’m always the proud mother of an 11‑year‑old princess (and her many pets!). Being by her side as she grows stronger and wiser is a constant joy.