Derek Decloet leaves Rogers Media after two years and rejoins Globe and Mail
Derek Decloet is rejoining the Globe and Mail after two years as head of content for Rogers Media. Decloet was with the Globe from 2003 and will now be resuming a role as editor of Report on Business (ROB) and executive editor of The Globe and Mail. He replaces Paul Waldie, who is returning to London.
During his previous time at The Globe, Decloet won the Stanley McDowell prize and the National Magazine Award for business writing, plus another four NMA nominations.
His role at Rogers Media was to lead the editorial operations of their consumer magazines including Maclean's, Canadian Business, Chatelaine, MoneySense and Sportsnet Magazine and setting a new digital direction for them.