Throughout her four years of high school, Alexandra has been involved in a myriad of activities, ultimately amassing over 1,000 hours of community service, attaining a 95% overall average, becoming certified as bilingual, earning her Level 10 Royal Conservatory of Music certification, and both initiating and leading five of her own projects to benefit her community. Alexandra’s many volunteer and leadership activities include participating as the youth engagement lead for the election campaign of her local MPP candidate, president of a local youth council, student senator on the Upper Grand District School Board Student Senate, hockey coach for young girls, swim coach for Special Olympics, and many more. Alexandra looks forward to entering the University of Western Ontario to study developmental cognitive neuroscience with the hope of becoming a psychiatrist one day.
The Claes Nobel Legacy Award was established by the G Goff Foundation in honor of , of the family that established the Nobel Prizes, to highlight his family legacy of rewarding excellence. This award is administered through the NSHSS Foundation.