Duke Delegate Rachel – Alberta
Q: What level of the Award are you currently working on?
A: I am currently
working on my Gold
Q: What activities do you do for each section of your Award?
Skill – Accordion
Service – Tutor
– Swimming and cross country skiing
Q: What was your worst Duke of Ed moment that you now look back on and laugh?
A: When I first began
cross-country skiing, I decided to go off of the track while going downhill and
not realizing how deep the snow I got stuck, fell, and ended up rolling down
the hill! I later face-planted while trying to maneuver out of the
Q: What do you hope to accomplish in your term as a Duke Delegate?
A: To showcase the
achievements to others who are not aware of the Duke of Ed program and to
encourage those who are currently participating in the award program.
Q: What do you think of the qualities of a great Leader what comes to mind?
A: Great leaders are people who are modest and seek help when they
are unsure in which direction to proceed and who persevere in the face of an
Q: What excites you about being a Duke Delegate?
A: The excitement to be
inspired by the stories of Canadians who are presently completing and formerly
completed their Award journeys.
Q: Can you give us one interesting fact about yourself?
A: I am bilingual in both Spanish and English languages!