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2017 Award Recipients

Gauthier, Nicole (36)

Gauthier, Nicole (36)

As a regional coordinator with the Northeast Cancer Centre, Nicole is responsible for the coordination of comprehensive, public-led cancer prevention and screening activities across northeastern Ontario, improving the public’s awareness, access to and participation in provincial breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening programs. With an undergraduate degree in Health Promotion and a master’s degree in [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Haight, Adam (36)

Haight, Adam (36)

Adam Haight is a ridiculously proud, family-raising, real estate-selling, community-volunteering, Apple product-using, photography-loving sports fan, with a huge heart and a strong passion for Sudbury. Born, raised and educated locally, his current aspirations involve bettering our community, both through helping residents as a realtor with Sutton-Benchmark Realty, and through supporting patient care in his role [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Jakubo, Michael E. (34)

Jakubo, Michael E. (34)

Born and raised in Sudbury, Mike graduated from St. Charles College and then Laurentian University in 2005. Obtaining his honours degree in Commerce, he moved to Toronto to work for Ernst and Young LLP for three years before returning home. He settled in Garson with his wife Jody and their two children, Malik and Myla. [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Jallet, Jason Ross (35)

Jallet, Jason Ross (35)

In 2008, I co-established the Sudbury, Ont-.based production company Nortario Films. In addition to producing my own films, I was the supervising producer on the internationally celebrated romantic drama “Two Lovers and a Bear,” directed by Kim Nguyen, which premiered in the Directors Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival and featured primetime Emmy Award [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Klym, Kylie (28)

Klym, Kylie (28)

Kylie Klym BMT, RP, MTA, is the owner of Kadence Music Therapy, a music therapy private practice serving the City of Greater Sudbury. She is proud to be celebrating five years of business in March 2018. Originally from Northern Ontario, she graduated from the University of Windsor with a bachelor’s degree in music therapy and [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Lamarche, Gilbert (39)

Lamarche, Gilbert (39)

Born and raised 60 kilometres east of Sudbury in Warren, Gilbert attended Laurentian University and graduated with a B.Sc. in Mining Engineering in 2001. He began his career at the Kidd Creek Mine in Timmins and after receiving his professional engineer status, accepted an opportunity to work for SRK Consulting in Wales, U.K., at which [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Larose, Ashley (34)

Larose, Ashley (34)

Ashley has a master’s degree in biology, and is a proud graduate of the Northern Leadership Program. She has held several different positions at Science North. As the current director of customer relations and business development, Ashley leads a team that is passionate about providing great service and supporting Science North’s mission to be the [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

Leblanc, Joseph (36)

Leblanc, Joseph (36)

Joseph LeBlanc is passionate about social justice and actionism. He is the proud father of three boys and spends his personal time homesteading with his wife Serena and volunteering with Food Secure Canada as well as the Indigenous Circle on Food Sovereignty. Before joining the Social Planning Council of Sudbury in 2015, he worked throughout [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

MacNamara, Michael Robert (33)

MacNamara, Michael Robert (33)

Michael is a barrister, solicitor and notary at Conroy Scott LLP, a wellknown law firm situated in Sudbury’s downtown. He practises in the areas of criminal, civil and commercial litigation with an emphasis on estate, real estate and construction lien matters. He is also the chair of the board of directors for the Greater Sudbury [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients

McGillivray, Jennifer (36)

McGillivray, Jennifer (36)

Jennifer McGillivray was born in Elliot Lake, and received a degree in theatre from York University’s prestigious School of Fine Arts. She pursued a career in stage and production management working with the Canadian Opera Company and Opera Hamilton before completing a program in not-for-profit management at Ryerson University’s Chang School of Business. Jennifer has [Read More]

2017 Award Recipients