Y4Y Quebec congratulates Executive Committee Member Hayley Campbell for winning the 2018 Young Quebecers Leading the Way Award.



Y4Y Quebec is thrilled to learn that Hayley Campbell, Executive Committee Member at Y4Y Quebec, is the 2018 winner of the Young Quebecers Leading the Way Award. The award will be presented on Thursday November 1stby the Quebec Community Groups Network as part of the Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished Community Service Awards Ceremony. This youth prize recognizes outstanding volunteer commitment.


“The Y4Y Quebec team knows Hayley as someone with a strong work ethic and a demonstrated dedication to volunteer engagement”, commentedY4Y President Malcolm Lewis-Richmond. “We congratulate Hayley for this achievement, and we would like to thank her for her tireless volunteer commitment to increase opportunities for English-speaking youth throughout the province.”


Hayley’s passion for youth engagement is palpable. She has been involved with Scouts, Girl Guides, Quebec 4-H and the Pontiac Agricultural Society. Shepresided the Alpha Phi Women’sFraternity at Bishop’s University, was an ambassador for the Shawville Fair, and travelled to the International Peace Gardens as the Quebec delegatethrough a scholarship offered by the Federated Women’s Institutes of Canada. She was a participant in the inaugural Bishop’s Forum for English-speaking youth held in 2017, and today she is Secretary on the Executive Committee of Y4Y Quebec. Hayley plays a key role in voicing the issues relevant to youth in the Pontiac, and in ensuring the expansion of Y4Y Quebec.


Hayley is the second board member at Y4Y Quebec to receive the award. In 2015, Alex Gordon, Director of Outreach was the recipient.


Y4Y Quebec is a nonprofit association that represents English-speaking youth throughout Quebec as a linguistic minority through leadership, advocacyand community building.


For more information, or to schedule an interview with Hayley Campbell, please contact :

Dr. Scott Fleming, Director of Y4Y Quebec