Alexandria Marcotte

Toronto, Ontario

Alexandria Marcotte

Alexandria Marcotte


Vice-President, Project Coordination, Osisko Mining Inc.

A nature enthusiast, Alexandria is passionate about responsible mining practices; the role nature plays in health and wellness; and innovations that undo anthropogenic impacts and foster nature’s continued ability to thrive.

Alexandria Marcotte is the Vice President, Project Coordination for Osisko Mining where she puts her boundary-spanning and problem-solving skills to work. Alexandria is a member of the Sustainability Committee and Diversity and Inclusion Working Group of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada. She is an active speaker on a variety of topics related to exploration and mining, including queerness in mining and managing data risk.

Prior to joining Osisko, Alexandria held increasingly senior roles in junior exploration companies internationally and across Canada. She started her career working underground in a base metal mine. Alexandria received an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto, has a Certificate in Mining Management from Ryerson University, and is an MBA candidate at the Schulich School of Business, York University.

Alexandria is a member of the Professional Geoscientists of Ontario and Women in Mining Toronto. She is the creator of {De}Risk; an interactive project strategy exercise which challenges participants to de-risk and maximize the value of a junior exploration company. She inspired a character in the fiction novel The Emperor Card.