YWCA Cambridge is proud to announce the
recipients of the 26th annual Women of Distinction awards:
Nicole Schiener – Non-Profit or Public Service
April Bulmer – Arts & Culture
Laura Kaster – Business & Entrepreneurship
Sarah Kokoski – Education & Mentorship
Siobhan Bonisteel – Social Action & Advocacy
Dianne Piluk – Volunteerism
Jenni Bauer – Wellness, Sport & Recreation
YWCA Cambridge thanks all the nominators who took the time to recognize the outstanding women who inspire them, and for shining the spotlight on their inspiring achievements and contributions to our community.
“All of the nominees this year were truly outstanding,” said Kim Decker, Executive Director of YWCA Cambridge. “It amazes me every year how many women we have in our community who are breaking down barriers with their every success, both in their fields of work and their contributions to society as a whole.”
Recipients will receive their awards at the 26th annual Women of Distinction awards ceremony, sponsored and emceed by 570 News, on Wednesday March 25 at Galt Country Club. For tickets and event details, visit https://ywcacambridge.ca/women-of-distinction/
The Women of Distinction Awards are nationally recognized as one of the most prestigious awards for women in Canada. Since 1994, it has been YWCA Cambridge’s premiere fundraising event, recognizing more than 350 women. All funds raised through the event support YWCA Cambridge’s programs for cis and trans women and girls and non-binary and two spirit individuals.
YWCA Cambridge, a trusted community leader, gives a voice to
the needs of cis and trans women and girls and non-binary and two-spirit individuals
through innovative and responsive programs, services and advocacy.
Roz Gunn, Director of Marketing and Communications, YWCA Cambridge, 519-267-6444