Having earned degrees in Sociology, Feminist Studies, Social Work and Mental Health, Carole Boulebsol is currently pursuing a PhD in Applied Human Sciences at Université de Montréal. Her thesis concerns the experiences of women who have been subjected to reproductive coercion in a context of migration. She is currently involved in four research projects, all of which concern violence against women. At the same time, Carole is a member of the boards of directors of three NPOs—Collectif pour l’approche transculturelle, of which she is a co-founder, Relais femmes (networking and knowledge transfer) and Maisons de l’Ancre (housing for women in difficulty), where she is treasurer)—and represents them on the scientific council of the Réseau Québécois en études féministes (RéQEF). Versatile and engaged, she likes to throw herself into academic and community initiatives that speak to her values of social justice, inclusion and recognizing diverse types of knowledge. Armed with some 15 years of professional experience, she enjoys stepping outside her comfort zones, discussing topics of common interest and letting her practical, scientific mind run free.