Joette Decore

Joette Decore

1st term: April 29, 2020 – April 28, 2023
2nd term: April 29, 2023 – April 28, 2026 

Joette Decore is an accomplished executive and management consultant with experience in corporate transformations, strategy and planning, human resources and corporate governance. Joette is an Executive Principal with RJC Engineers, an employee owned national engineering firm. In this position, Joette is one of a three-person executive management team responsible for the leadership of the firm. Joette joined RJC in November 2021 and prior to this, Joette had a twelve-year career with Stuart Olson, a publicly traded national construction firm, as the Executive Vice President of Strategy and Development. In this position, she was a member of the executive management team and she led mergers and acquisitions, strategy, corporate communications and human resources. Before joining Stuart Olson, Joette worked eight years as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, a national professional services consulting firm. As a management consultant, she worked with many public and private organizations to develop and implement strategies to address leadership and performance challenges and improve profitability.

Joette also serves as the Chair for the University of Alberta Hospital Foundation Board. In June 2020, she was appointed co-chair of the Construction Industry Red Tape Reduction Taskforce for the Government of Alberta. In addition, she’s been involved in other not-for-profits such as serving on the Women Buildings Futures board and working with the Loran Foundation. With a passion to give back, she actively volunteers in her community and in 2019, she was part of the first all-female hockey team in the Alzheimer’s Hockey Tournament. In January 2023, Joette received the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal in recognition of her contributions to Alberta.

Joette graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Chemical Engineering), and the University of Alberta with a Master in Business Administration.

Joette resides in Edmonton with her husband Lyndon and their two children.