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TC Transcontinental’s Isabelle Marcoux  honoured with 2024 Institute of Corporate Directors Fellowship Award

June 7, 2024  By PrintAction Staff



Isabelle Marcoux, TC Transcontinental’s executive board chair, is a recipient of a 2024 Fellowship Award of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD). The only Quebecer among the four laureates, Marcoux was honoured at the ICD’s National Director Conference and Fellowship Awards Gala held earlier this month in Toronto. This award highlights the outstanding contributions and leadership in serving on boards of Canadian companies and organizations.

“It is a great honour to receive a 2024 Fellowship Award of the Institute of Corporate Directors,” said Marcoux. “Good corporate governance is a source of credibility, and therefore of legitimacy. It also requires diversity because a diversity of opinions leads to better decisions. Striking the right balance between entrepreneurial spirit, profitable growth, compliance and governance represents a major challenge today, and I am very proud to lead TC Transcontinental’s Board of Directors, which embodies this balance.”

Marcoux is a member of the boards of Power Corporation of Canada, the Institute for Governance of Private and Public Organizations (IGOPP), Scale AI and the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation. She has also served on the boards of Rogers Communications, George Weston, the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, and on the Law Faculty Advisory Board of McGill University. For many years, Marcoux has also been actively involved with Centraide of Greater Montreal. In 2024, the organization honoured her with its highest distinction, Governor Emeritus. Marcoux was named Member of the Order of Canada and was awarded the Medal of the National Assembly of Quebec. She was also inducted into the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) Hall of Fame, after having been named one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women by the organization on three occasions.

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