Now in her 23rd season with the Alouettes, Larouche began her career in 1996 as coordinator of the cheerleading team.
Born in Montreal, she gained her experience as a cheerleader with the WLAF Montreal Machine, the Montreal Dragons professional basketball team and the roller hockey team, the Roadrunners.
She has also coordinated the cheerleaders with “Le Mission de St-Jean” hockey club, L'Express lacrosse team and choreographed for the Montreal Rocket, Interbox galas and the Grey Cup half-time show in 2001.
In 2008, she choreographed the pre-game and half-time show for the Grey Cup, and planned and choreographed the Alumni cheerleaders’ halftime show. She also choreographed the opening show for the NHL All-Star Game in Montreal in January 2009.
Annie has been a dancer and choreographer in the movie "The Sum of All Fears", for several TV shows and commercials and for many Quebec artists video clips and has shared the stage with Bryan Adams during his "18 'till I die " tour.
She has also been a reporter for RDS for college football and an analyst for cheerleading competitions and LFL games. She worked for eight years at the Montreal Court House as a clerk in Criminal Court where she combined cheerleading and law. Annie is the Executive Director of the Alouettes Foundation, whose mission is youth perseverance. She is also Director of Community Relations and manages all aspects of the cheerleading team. Annie also sits on the Alouettes Alumni Committee where she coordinates their activities.