Julie Grenier is an artist and professional from Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, QC, who currently resides in Notre-Dame-de-I'ile-Perrot, QC. After completing her BAC in Sociology from the University of Ottawa, she went on to complete her studies at the École Nationale de Police du Québec with a Certificate in Indigenous Policing. She is currently the Director General for Taqramiut Nipingat Incorporated (TNI), a regional radio and television production company that provides Inuktitut programming throughout Nunavik. She has also been appointed as the TNI representative for Esuma, a regional working group focusing on school perseverance and as their representative on APTN's Board of Directors, where she is currently Chair. Her artwork has been recognized internationally, including as part of the permanent exhibitions of the Museum of Man in Paris, France and in INUA, the inaugural exhibition at Qaumajuq, the Winnipeg Art Gallery's new Inuit art centre.