Sport as a Vehicle for Change
As a member of the U of C Scholars Academy, I was invited to speak at the 2015 Community Report. I was honoured to share my experiences from the 2015 Pan American Games, and how the University of Calgary contributed to the success of our team.
My brother and I are fortunate to have become involved with the charity organization, Right To Play. Together, we have created, organized, and managed several charity squash camps and have raised over $3,500 in support of children in need.
InspiredBySport is a charity initiative I founded which seeks to use the power of sport in order to connect with children from a First Nations Community just West of Calgary, Alberta. Our goal is to inspire kids from this township to pursue a higher level of education, while also exposing them to the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Masters of Science in Kinesiology
In August, 2019, I obtained a Masters of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary. Merging my passion for sports and for Human Rights, my Thesis was be based upon addressing inclusion and diversity in Canadian Sport.