Monique Marcotte

Monique Marcotte

Vice-President, People and Culture
CBC/Radio-Canada

Monique Marcotte is Vice President of People and Culture. Monique is responsible for delivering corporate human resources services and ensuring a positive relationship between management and employees. She works with all CBC/Radio-Canada departments and employees, providing them with vital support throughout the rollout of Strategy 2020. Monique's focus is to create a corporate culture that is founded on mutual respect and cooperation, while ensuring that CBC/Radio-Canada remains a rewarding, progressive and diverse workplace that builds professional teams of innovative and highly skilled people dedicated to fulfilling our mission.

Monique has been with the Corporation for over 25 years. Previously, she held the position of Executive Director, Strategy and Planning with People and Culture and several other executive director positions within the same component. For several years, she has also been responsible for the human resources of non-media groups, and more recently for the Media Technology and Infrastructure Services (MTIS) and Partner Services.

Monique began her career in 1988, as a manager for radio and television for French Services in Saskatchewan. This unique career path has informed her vision of CBC/Radio-Canada as a bilingual public broadcaster that reflects Canada's regional diversity.