Full Name: Vivienne Ivonne Géroux
Father: Maurice Géroux (Alexandrian)
Vivienne Ivonne Marie Géroux is an Alduro-Wechua politician, lawyer, and economist. Géroux is known for having been one of the writers of the Proclamation of Punta Santiago, representing the Alexandrian minority in the Wechua Nation. She currently serves as part of the federal executive, the Council of State, as Secretary of the Treasury. She also serves as the Vice Chairwoman of the Coalition for Federal Progress.
Géroux previously held various posts in the Wechua government, mainly as a member of the Investment Commission of the Wechua Nation (1673 AN-1677 AN) and an influential economic advisor to the government of Inkap Rantin Vicaquirao Alvarez. She was a noted antitrust and labor lawyer in Alexandria, later settling in the Wechua Nation. She is a member of the Social Democratic Club, and was a member of the Alexandrian Parti Socialiste during its existence.