Meet Dina Jubrak, Area Coordinator at CCIS for Medicine Hat, Brooks and Hanna with our Prairie Community Services for Temporary Foreign Workers initiative.
As we celebrate Women's History Month, we can't help but shine a spotlight on her amazing achievements!
Dina's passion for community service and supporting newcomers is truly admirable, and she was recently recognized for her outstanding contributions with the Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee Medal by the Cypress Medicine Hat constituency for her community work in Medicine Hat.
Her tireless efforts helped established our Medicine Hat location, supporting approximately 600 individual clients with settling in the area over the past two years.
Dina's enthusiasm for helping newcomers is infectious, and her team's success brings her immense joy. She's a natural leader who encourages others to strive for greatness and celebrates their successes along the way.
Beyond her work, Dina's dedication to community development shines through her involvement in organizations such as the Community Food Connections Association and the Southern Alberta Pop Up Parks Association. She's also an avid reader, a hula hooper, and a motorcycle enthusiast.
To all the women out there, Dina's message is clear: "Empowered Women Empower Women."
Let's celebrate our colleagues, friends, and family members and continue to support each other's growth and success.
Join us in celebrating Dina as one of the #womenofccis making a difference!