Jacqueline Dyck – Resident of Thunder Bay, ON. Attending Lakehead U and Carleton U.
Jacqueline Dyck, a recent graduate of Hammarsjkold High School in Thunder Bay, is currently studying Honours Political Science at Lakehead University, prior to continuing at Carleton University in second year. In addition to earning Honour Standing, Jacqueline documented nearly 1600 Volunteer Service Hours over the course of her 4 years in high school. Jacqueline founded a large regional conference in Northwestern Ontario called WE Stand Up, a 4-year commitment during which the event engaged close to 5000 youth and educators in topics related to social justice, global and local actions. She has engaged in community leadership through the Northwestern Ontario Secondary School Student's Association as the Minister of Fundraising, and the Ontario Minister of Education Student Advisory Council, as well as being recognized by groups in her community, such as City of Thunder Bay Mayor's Crime Prevention Council and Soroptimist Group. She has won numerous awards including: the Thunder Bay Muslim Association Young Women in Leadership Award, the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario Provincial Scholarship, and the Lieutenant Governor's Exemplary Volunteer Service Award for Ontario. Additionally, Jacqueline has volunteered countless hours with the Parkinson Society of Canada, the Canadian Cancer Society, Free the Children, Children's Aid Society, UNICEF, Shelter House Thunder Bay and has attended seven WE Day events across the country. Born and raised in Northwestern Ontario, she enjoys an active lifestyle and performs Musical Theatre and Vocal competitively internationally. Her long-term goals include earning a Master Degree in Philanthropic Leadership and working with Me to WE.