Congratulations to two Rogers team members, Édith Cloutier and Nicole McCormick for being named 2022 Catalyst Honours Champions
Today, we are delighted to share that two Rogers team members, Édith Cloutier, Regional President for Quebec, VP of Sales for Ottawa, Quebec, and Federal, and Nicole McCormick, Senior Manager of Newsgathering CityNews, Rogers Sports & Media have won and are recipiences of the 2022 Catalyst Honours Champions – Role Models for Inclusive Leadership, Workplace Progress for Women.
An award given to only four Canadian this year recognizes corporate leader who have made a transformational contributions for women through workplace inclusion and represent the highest level for inclusive leadership in corporate Canada.
At Rogers, Édith is known for creating an open dialogue surrounding diversity and inclusion. A true representation of a supportive leader, Édith ensures all team members have equal access to growth opportunities shown through the mentoring program she developed exclusively for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour employees to help support their career development at all levels.
As a proud Kanyen’kéha (Mohawk) woman from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory Nicole is a passionate advocate and self-identified Chair of the Indigenous Peoples Network at Rogers. As the Co-chair, Nicole is an advocate for educating and uniting Indigenous and non-Indigenous team members through various events and employee engagement opportunities. In her day-to-day role, Nicole helps lead Rogers Sports & Media execute the All In for Equity plan to ensure diversity within the News and Entertainment industry. Her efforts don’t just stop there, as an active community member, Nicole is a volunteer mentor for Indspire and raising more than $100,000 for survivors of Residential Schools.
Both Édith and Nicole are true representations of our Rogers values. Congratulations on this incredible accomplishment.