Originally a photographer by trade, Arndell Florent LeBlanc's documentary and recovery work in Post-Katrina New Orleans led him to sign up for Concordia University where he graduated from his Specialization in Journalism. He is a member of the Loyola International college.
In 2011 LeBlanc won the Lieutenant Governors award for his work in Post Earthquake Haiti, most notably for establishing a free mobile clinic. His clinic also performed the first census in the neighbourhood thus revealing the causes of many common ailments.
While in country he filed live reports for CBC and CJAD - describing the current political and recovery efforts.
LeBlanc returned to Concordia and helped found it's chapter of Journalists for Human Rights, an international organization dedicated to educating citizens around the world about their rights. He served as President for two years.
He then helped found the Concordia Student Emergency Response Team with whom he worked as vice-president of operations and then vice-president of personnel. During his time at Concordia he also interned at the Department of Emergency Management drafting shelter and accommodation procedures.
LeBlanc was hired out of University to work with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) as the Associative Communications Coordinator and then as a independent contractor.
He now works as Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) as the Digital Communications Assistant.