Shawn Miller is an officiant and the CEO of Young Hip & Married, a wedding company that gives couples the freedom to express their love for each other in their own unique way. He tells us what it’s like to be in the business of love and how he gives back by offering free weddings around Valentine’s Day in Vancouver’s Robson Square.
Annette Labedzki is an artist that has spent the last 30 years studying colour, painting, and sketching. Annette talks to us about how growing this unintentional Instagram community has pulled her out of isolation as a painter and into the world of performance art and what it means to her to be in front of the camera connecting with her tribe.
As a General Foreman, Rob Michelin is the guy in charge on a job site. He brings specialist knowledge and 30 years of experience in construction and focuses on overall management of his trade on large-scale projects.
When you’re known publicly as a field hockey player for Canada’s Olympic team, it’s a big decision to walk away from it all. After moving on from his full-time commitment to field hockey Adam started a new path as an analyst in Corporate Finance at Deloitte Canada.
Ska-Hiish Manuel is unabashedly excited when it comes to solving mathematic problems. It was his pure love for math that drew him to engineering.
Even as a child, BC Hydro’s Sharon McLeod stood up for people, whether it was someone being picked on or someone who was at a disadvantage; it’s a quality that’s never left her. Now, Sharon has a career helping Indigenous peoples, by providing them opportunity and helping them overcome deep-rooted prejudice to achieve personal success.