"Age Doesn't Matter When It Comes To Making A Difference"
Rochelle is an internationally recognized leader, educator, and social entrepreneur. She has over 10 years of experience in: startup environments, leading teams, community engagement, youth engagement, stakeholder relations, and project management.
When she is not working, Rochelle also serves on the committee of Community Service at the City of Surrey, BC Provincial Committee on Diversity in Policing, and World Vision International Youth Council, were she helps to build policy and shape change in themes of: quality life, public safety, and community engagement.
Because of her work and leadership, she is the recipient of: Canada's Volunteer Award Emerging Leader 2022, Top 50 Change Makers in Canada by the Globe and Mail 2021, International Princess Diana Award 2020, Canada 150 award in leadership, Surrey Board of Trade Top 25 Under 25 2018, the Governor General Sovereignty Award, is the author of her book titled "Because We Can", and continues to travel the world in pursuit of building sustainable communities.
Rochelle has also been interviewed on: BBC International News, Global BC and local news channels, published in the Globe and Mail, local magazines, and written about in over 50 articles in the world.
Rochelle also holds a BA, majoring in Political Science, and double minors in: Social Justice in Education, and Curriculum and Instruction. Along with a Masters of Education in Social Justice Education.
She is a United Nations Sustainable Development Goal advocate and champions goals number: 4, 11,13 and 17 throughout her project management, entrepreneurship, and community engagement work.
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