Louise Boudreau knows the value of community. As a dedicated volunteer she also knows the important role her contributions make to positive growth in her community. She has given her time to boards of organizations such as the Military Family Resource Centre, Big Sisters of Canada, Greater Victoria Victim Services and Nova Scotia Special Olympics. Her countless hours of community service were recently recognized with a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award. “You don’t just become part of a community. You become responsible. There is an onus and a burden in becoming part of a community,” the Royal Roads MBA student says of her motivations. “You have to step up to the plate. Our community is built on those kinds of people. What is the future of our community if people stop doing that? It leads to a lot of questions...”
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