Mrs. Myriame Beaudoin graduated from the l’École d’architecture de paysage of the université de Montréal in 1982. She also received a master's degree in environmental design from the faculté de l’aménagement of the université de Montréal in 1994. She became a certified member of the Association des architectes paysagistes du Québec (AAPQ) in 1988. She got involved as an AAPQ administrator from 1999 to 2005, during which she assumed the functions of treasurer until 2001. She then undertook a major review of the Association's strategic planning. She was elected president of the AAPQ in 2013. As a result of this position, she also sits on the Board of directors of Mission Design, a Quebec organization promoting the design-related professions in Quebec.
She received an AAPQ Certificate of Honour in 2005 and, in 2007, the Frederick Todd Award in recognition of her contribution to the profession. Myriame was also president of the Association des responsables d’espaces verts du Québec from 1993 to 1995. For 32 years, Myriame has worked essentially in management, including 27 years as an executive officers in various public organizations (HQ, ministère du Loisir, de la Chasse et de la Pêche, MRC des Laurentides, Montréal) and in various services (public works, parks, water and sewage, economic development, senior management, procurement). Those positions allowed her to spread the knowledge of landscape architecture and promote the discipline within those organizations. She has been working for the City of Montréal since 1990 and is currently associate director of the City of Montreal’s Procurement Department since 2011.