Mr. Boisjoli is President and Chief Executive Officer of BRP since December 2003, when BRP became a standalone company. In October 1998, Mr. Boisjoli was named President of the Snowmobile and Watercraft division, the largest division of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. In April 2001, he was given the added responsibility of managing the ATV division. Mr. Boisjoli joined Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. in 1989, after eight years in the pharmaceutical and road safety equipment industries. Mr. Boisjoli serves on the board of directors of McCain Foods Group Inc. since January 2019. Mr. Boisjoli received a Bachelor of Engineering from the Université de Sherbrooke. In April 2005, Mr. Boisjoli received the prestigious title of Executive of the Year by Powersports Magazine, the most important powersports magazine in the United States. Mr. Boisjoli was also named CEO of the year 2017 by the Canadian business newspaper Les Affaires.
Mr. Donnez joined BRP in 2015 and is currently Senior Vice President, Marine Group. Prior to this role, Mr. Donnez was Senior Vice President, Strategy, Business Development, IS&T & Global Transformation. He was also General Manager Strategy and Commercial Investments for Rio Tinto Kennecott in Salt Lake City (U.S.A.) while being a member of the Investment Committee. Prior to this, Mr. Donnez was responsible for various business transformation initiatives as part of the corporate global functions at Rio Tinto, headquartered in London (U.K.). Mr. Donnez also worked several years at Accenture as a senior manager in the Management Consulting practice, focusing on strategy, post-merger integrations and change management mandates. Mr. Donnez holds a Master of Science degree in Engineering, from Arts & Métiers Paris Tech in Paris (France) and a Master in Business Administration (international strategy and finance) from HEC in Montréal (Canada).
Bernard Guy is Senior Vice-President, Global Product Strategy since 2017. Prior to his current position, Mr. Guy was vice-president, regional general manager, North America at BRP since 2014. He also held the positions of Vice-President, Sales and Network Development, North America from 2012 to 2014, Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Can-Am from to 2009 to 2012 and Director, Can-Am Marketing from 2006 to 2009. Mr. Guy joined BRP as a Project Engineer for Ski-Doo snowmobile R&D in 1987. Over the course of his career, Mr. Guy held several roles of increasing responsibilities in many sectors of the business, such as engineering, process reengineering, procurement, business development, strategy and product planning. Mr. Guy holds a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (1986) and a Master of Business Administration (1992) from the Université de Sherbrooke.
From the moment Anne-Marie LaBerge joined BRP in October 2016 as Senior Vice-President, Global Brands & Communication, she’s made her mark on the company’s DNA, winning our customers’ hearts and minds with a renewed focus on rider experience.
Born in Rochester, Minnesota, Anne-Marie discovered Quebec as a five-year-old on a sled behind her parents’ Ski-Doo. Her passions – family and adventure – took root at her family’s hunting and fishing camp, which she still loves to explore via snowmobile and ATV.
From her start at TELUS in 1996 to her appointment as Vice-President, Brand and Marketing Communications in 2009, Anne-Marie played a key role in growing the company to one of the best-known brands in Canada. Her visionary approach is what then led her to BRP, and her love of the outdoors was a natural fit with our adventurous spirit.
Anne-Marie’s client-centred approach and exceptional ability to think outside the box earned her several accolades, starting in 2011 with a Marketer of the Year award from Strategy magazine and the Québec Women in Business – Large Corporations award. She also received the prestigious CMO Club Marketing Innovation Award in 2017 and was recognized in 2018 as a marketing visionary of the year by Infopresse. In 2019, Anne-Marie was again nominated for the Marketer of the Year award from Strategy magazine.
Mr. Langelier is Senior Vice-President, General Counsel and Public Affairs of BRP since 2014. In addition to his responsibilities relating to traditional legal services, he also oversees the management of intellectual property, product safety, product compliance, internal audit and public affairs at BRP. Mr. Langelier joined the company in 2000 and has since then held various roles within the legal department with increasing responsibilities, leading to his appointment as Vice-President, General Counsel and Secretary in 2008. Before joining the powersports industry, he worked in private practice for the legal firm DeGrandpré Chait LLP in Montreal, Canada. Mr. Langelier holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Université de Sherbrooke and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in International Business from the Birmingham Business School, England. He is a member of the Barreau du Québec (Québec’s bar association) and also acts as a director on the board of directors of Manufacturiers et Exportateurs du Québec.
Mr. Lapointe is Senior Vice-President of Design, Innovation and Creative Services at BRP. Prior to his current position, Mr. Lapointe was Executive Vice-President of Design & Innovation (2008-2012), Vice-President Design & Innovation (2001-2008) and Vice-President Design Sea-Doo/Ski-Doo from 1995 to 2001. He joined the Company as a junior product designer for Sea-Doo watercraft in 1985. Mr. Lapointe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Design from the Université du Québec à Montréal. Mr. Lapointe is a board member of the Centre de technologies avancées BRP – Université de Sherbrooke (CTA). He is a member of the following design associations: the World Design Organization, the Industrial Designers Society of America, the Association of Canadian Industrial Designers and the Association des designers industriels du Québec. Mr. Lapointe was inducted into the National Marine Manufacturers Association Canada (NMMA Canada) Hall of Fame in 2017 for his contributions to the marine industry.
Ms. Le Breton has been with BRP since 2002. Up until January 2016, she was Vice-President, Human Resources for the Global Sales & Consumer Experience and Product Engineering & Manufacturing Operations divisions. Ms. Le Breton previously headed human resources for BRP’s International division operations from the Company’s offices in Lausanne. Prior to joining BRP, Ms. Le Breton worked in the aerospace division of Bombardier Inc. as human resources manager in Canada and the United States. Ms. Le Breton has a bachelor’s degree in industrial relations from Université de Montréal.
Mr. Martel is Chief Financial Officer since May 2014. Before his appointment, Mr. Martel was Vice-President, Strategic Planning and Business Development. Mr. Martel has been with BRP since 2004 and has assumed different roles in the finance function of increasing responsibilities, such as: Director, Financial Information, and Vice-President, Finance & Controls. Prior to joining BRP, Mr. Martel worked at Deloitte & Touche LLP as well as at Arthur Anderson LLP as a senior manager in the audit processes on public companies, where he was involved in various initiatives dealing with Canadian and US GAAP, public offerings, derivatives instruments, venture capital financing, etc. Mr. Martel has an undergraduate degree and a diploma in Chartered Accountancy from McGill University.
Josée Perreault joined BRP in October 2016 as Senior Vice-President, Can-Am On-Road and immediately dove in by revolutionizing the On-Road vehicle industry with the launch of the Can-Am Ryker. A real game-changer, this three-wheel motorcycle is the best in class for personalization and riding experiences. Now in her role as Senior Vice-President, Omnichannel Experience & Apparel, she’s streamlining BRP’s online and offline sales and take BRP’s fans on a truly exhilarating ride.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Josée has worked on just about every continent, giving her a unique leadership vision and skills. A passionate global executive, she is always seeking adrenaline-laden adventures and challenges at the office and beyond.
Prior to BRP, Josée held various senior leadership positions at Oakley, moving up to Senior Vice-President, World Business. She contributed to the company’s success in many ways as a real driving force in the international growth, competitiveness and profitability of its retail, wholesale, web and franchise business. Among other achievements, she restructured the European sales and operations, established and developed the Canadian division, introduced Oakley owned retail and led all aspects of Oakley’s commercial activities across the globe.
Bringing together the best talent to promote, distribute and sell a brand and its products is what has motivated Josée throughout her career, and has earned her several awards. It’s also what inspires her to share her expertise as a board member of several companies. There is no challenge that Josée isn't up for.
Mr. Scullion is Senior Vice-President, Global Retail & Services - Powersports since 2018. Mr. Scullion joined the company in 1994 as a District Sales Manager and gradually worked his way up the ranks. From 2016 to 2018, he was Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Global Retail and Services and from 2014 to 2016, he was Vice-President and Regional Manager of BRP’s Western Europe, Middle East and Africa (WEMEA) region. Previously, he worked with the North American Parts, Accessories and Clothing (PAC) team for nearly ten years, six of those as Vice-President of PAC and Global Distribution. Under his leadership, the image of “accessorization and lifestyle” associated with BRP’s brands was transformed and BRP saw major growth in PAC revenues. Mr. Scullion has a Bachelor in Business Administration from Université Laval in Canada with a specialization in Finance.
Thomas Uhr is Senior Vice-President, Product Engineering and Manufacturing Operations - Powersports since 2018. Mr. Uhr was General Manager of BRP-Rotax GmbH & Co. KG and VicePresident, Powertrain BRP and R&D/Operations of Lynx snowmobiles from 2014 to 2018. Mr. Uhr has worked in the automotive industry for more than 20 years. He holds a degree in Production Technology Engineering from the University of Aachen, Germany.