Magali ‘Brunelle’ Keeso, the wife of Canadian actor Jared Keeso, is a talented woman. She is employed full-time as a senior legal counselor at Coveo, a Montreal-based firm. She is also trilingual, meaning she can communicate in three distinct languages.
Let’s delve more into Mr. Keeso’s married life, including information about his wife’s education, personal life, and career!
In 2018, Jared Keeso and his wife married
On July 3, 2018, Keeso and his partner exchanged wedding vows. Despite their celebrity, they have always kept their relationship under wraps of secrecy, which adds to the mystique.
Despite the fact that she was only his girlfriend at the time, the actor couldn’t help but flaunt his wife on social media. On June 30, 2016, the screenwriter offered his admirers their first look of his girlfriend. He’d shared a photo with her on Twitter at the time. The duo was seen wrapping their arms around each other in the photo.
Jared Keeso’s wife graduated from York University
Magali, Jared’s wife, was interested in legal advising since she was a teenager, according to her LinkedIn profile. She studied International Studies and Political Science at the University of Montreal in order to achieve her goal.
In 2011, she earned a B.Sc. degree with honors. She then went on to study law at the same university, where she got her LL.B. in 2013. In 2017, she enrolled at Osgoode Hall Law School, a law school connected with York University, to study Intellectual Property Law. She obtained her Certificate in Intellectual Property Licensing in the same year she finished her studies.
Magali Keeso has a wealth of professional experience
Before starting as a full-time senior legal consultant at Coveo, the Montreal University graduate had a fair bit of work experience.
Mrs. Keeso began her employment at Project Genesis as a social rights counselor while still a student at the University of Montreal. She was employed there for a year and two months until leaving in September 2013.
She worked as an undergraduate research assistant in the University of Montreal’s Faculty of Law during her studies and following her time at Project Genesis, which she left after graduation in 2013.
She then worked as a student-at-law/articling student and then as a business lawyer at Stikeman Elliott LLP. Her first assignment lasted from May 2013 to July 2015, and her second assignment ran from July 2015 to July 2016.
She joined Fasken Martineau DuMoulin, another law practice, in August 2016. She worked in mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, and securities at the firm. She left the company eleven months later to pursue her studies at York University.
By February 2018, she had already joined Coveo and was overseeing all legal parts of the company’s contract negotiations with its business partners and customers. She acquired fluency in three languages as a result of her varied work experience: English, French, and Spanish.