Lynda Jetté came naturally to education when she was a mere youngster. She was indeed surrounded since her earliest years by motivated and passionate educators in her family. As a young woman, she travelled and studied tourism in Victoria, British Columbia (B.-C.). For about 5 years, she worked as an administrative assistant within the Ministry of Education (B.-C.). At the same time and in the same city, she sat for a few years in the school board of the Brodeur school (from kindergarden to grade 12). Between 1998 and 2007, she pursued her career as administrative assistant with Financement agricole, first in Regina (Saskatchewan), then in Québec city.
Her commitment for education brought her to start a home child care for more than three years in Fredericton, New-Brunswick. She combined this task with one of part-time secretary at the Bâtisseurs school in the same city. Today, she gives a few hours weekly as child care provider at the elementary school Jean-Leman in Candiac, located in the edge of the Island of Montreal. She considers these moments of pleasure and learning. For Mrs. Jetté, it is crucial to keep in touch with what the greatest richness of a community: its children. It is with great pride and a lot of enthusiasm that she joined the team of Idea entrepreneurial education in March 2016.