Born in Montreal, Canada, Ève graduated in 2014 from McGill University with a First Class Honours B.A. in history and a minor in political science. While completing her undergraduate coursework, Ève spent a semester at the College of William & Mary thanks to Fulbright Canada's Killam Fellowship program.
Back to William & Mary for a MA degree in Early American history, Ève researches the history of women and family in late eighteenth-century Virginia, focusing on the experience of widowhood. She also serves as an archives apprentice at Swem Library's Special Collections Research Center.