Jade Doucet-Martineau

Co-Founder & CEO at Puzzle Medical Devices

Jade Doucet-Martineau is the co-founder and CEO of Puzzle Medical Devices. Jade is also a former Canadian delegate of the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance. In this role, they were responsible for failure analysis of mechanical systems, drafting and follow-up of service calls to correct observed mechanical failures, and developing and implementing a graphical environment for building control system from as built plans.

Doucet-Martineau has also served as the chief executive officer of Puzzle Medical Devices Inc. and as a design assistant at Johnson Controls. In addition, they were an ambassador at École de technologie supérieure from April 2017 to July 2020.

Jade Doucet-Martineau attended the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program at Concordia University, where they studied business administration and management. Jade then went on to earn their bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from École de technologie supérieure. Jade also holds a D.E.S. in general studies from Collège Sainte-Anne and another D.E.S. in general studies from Collège Charlemagne. Jade is currently enrolled in Centech's medtech business program, where they are being trained by serial entrepreneurs Steven G. Arless and Luc Giguère.

Maxime Rochon - Director, Clinical Affairs & Quality Assurance, Marc-André Côté - Director, Regulatory Affairs, and Gabriel Georges - Co-Founder & CSO report to Jade Doucet-Martineau.



  • Co-Founder & CEO

    Current role

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