After studying physics and art history in Montreal, Édéenne continued her studies in Paris in cinema. Her knowledge and passion for the 7th art led her to work at the Pompidou Museum, at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as in a film production company and worked also as a coach of business owners. After scuba diving in the Lake Maggiore, she felt the call of gemology. At 45, she reinvents herself by devoting herself to learning the science of precious stones at the Institute National de Gemmologie and in obtaining her diploma from the École de Joaillerie de Paris. Her high-end jewellery Maison Édéenne was born (https://www.edeenne.com). In philanthropy, she notably hosted at her exhibition at the Musée de la Légion d’Honneur the 1st masterclass of WomenRoleInPhilanthropy, designed the crèche of the Madeleine Church in Paris for the Advent and partnered with the Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal to support the preservation of this patrimony and donates the benefit of the covid-19 all together collection to the Pasteur Institute.