Graduated at Concordia University in Montreal, she opened her first studio in the same city. She then moved to Milan in 1980s, where, after a collaboration with studio Pierluigi Cerri/Gregotti Associati International, she became the Design Director in the Benetton and Prada Groups. Her clients include: Barilla, Bulgari, Ferragamo, Fabriano, Fedrigoni, Knoll, Moleskine, San Carlo, Swatch, TV5 and Vatican (she was a member of the multi-award winning team that designed the Holy See Pavilion at Milan EXPO 2015). Her works were published, exhibited and awarded worldwide.
Speaker in many design conferences and a member of international panels, she was teacher at IUAV (Venice) and visiting professor in many international universities.
For her merits Ginette was nominated member of the Royal Academy of Arts and appointed International Ambassador Canada 150 by the Minister of Canadian Heritage in 2017, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Confederation.