Duke Delegate Sabrina – Manitoba    

Q: What level of the Award are you currently working on?
A: I am currently working towards my gold.

Q: What activities do you do for each section of your Award?
Bronze - Physical Recreation​- Walking and Running
              Skills- Drawing, Bracelet Making, Painting, and Marbling
              Community Service - Help and assist the elderly to and from locations and assisting in a dining room helping the elderly.
              Adventurous Journey - Winter Camping
Silver -  Physical Recreation​- Walking, Running and Biking
              Skills​- Embroidery
              Community Service​- Assisting in a dining room helping the elderly
              Adventurous Journey​- Winter Camping
Gold  -  Physical Recreation​- Walking, Running, Biking, and Hot Yoga
              Skills​- Graphic Design
              Community Service​- Assisting in a dining room helping the elderly and Art Drop in.
              Adventurous Journey​- Canoeing (not completed, will complete in August 2017)
              Residential Project​-LEAD 2016

​Q: What was your worst Duke of Ed moment that you now look back on and laugh?
A: My worst Duke of Ed moment was the first time I went winter camping/ spring hike for my adventurous journey (Bronze). I didn’t bring enough warm clothes, which led to me being so cold I couldn’t sleep half the time in my tent. For my silver I did the same adventurous journey and brought much warmer clothes, but it turns out that they were not effective in keeping me warm at night because it turned out to be much colder than it was on my bronze trip. I laugh at this because I learned from my mistake but still ended up being cold during the duration of my trip, but I pushed my way through it. We also had to make our way back to the cabins because it got way too cold to stay there for the last night and our whole group agreed to leave. I also find this funny because who knows what could’ve happened if we stayed there during the last night in the cold for my silver adventurous journey.

Q: What do you hope to accomplish in your term as a Duke Delegate?
A: I hope to meet other Duke of Ed participants in Manitoba and the other Duke Delegates across Canada. I also hope to inspire others to achieve the award and encourage them to reach the gold level. I also hope that my Duke of Ed story will inspire others and help them learn about this life changing award.

Q: What do you think of the qualities of a great Leader what comes to mind? What does Leadership mean to you?
A: When I think of the qualities of a great leader, I think of authenticity. Authenticity is a quality of a great leader because if people don’t know the real you, how will people trust to follow you and learn from you? Some other qualities I associate with being a great leader is open mindedness, positivity, inspiring, courageous, a team player, and someone who is focused.

Leadership to me means leading someone or a group of people towards a shared success. Everything a leader does is to benefit the whole group and by doing this, anyone can be a leader.

Q: What excites you about being a Duke Delegate?
A: I’m excited about meeting other Duke of Ed participants and learning their stories and interests. I also look forward to promoting the award via social media. I’m also excited to meet all the other Duke Delegates from all the other provinces and work with them to encourage the award in Canada. I also look forward to working with the Manitoba division of Duke of Ed.

Q: Can you give us one interesting fact about yourself?
A: I enjoy working on Photoshop to create artwork that is unique and pertains to my interests (such as  tv shows and bands and even just making art in general).I also have an interest working on a tv set doing set design, directing, script writing, producing and many others.