Roberta Steen (d. 1995) was a dedicated teacher, coach, volunteer, administrator and advocate for women in sport. For the 1994 Commonwealth Games, she successfully lobbied for more sport events for women, resulted in the gender equity beakthroughs that characterized those games and its future policies.
Tricia Smith has made significant contributions to the sport of Rowing through her athletic and sport administration skills. Tricia’s first Olympic Games were in 1976 in Montreal, which was the first-ever Olympic regatta for women.
Andrea Neil’s achievements in women’s Soccer in Canada make her a trailblazer in the sport. Having played for both the Vancouver Whitecaps women’s team and the Canadian Women’s National team, Andrea reached the 100 mark in games played.