Two-time Olympian Monique Sullivan to be Honoured with CBE Legacy Award

Nov. 04, 2018

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CALGARY – The Calgary Board of Education (CBE) Board of Trustees is honoured to announce Monique Sullivan as the eighth recipient of the CBE’s Legacy Award. The award will be presented to her at the public board meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Monique Sullivan is a graduate of William Aberhart High School. She represented Canada in five separate cycling events at the London Olympics in 2012 and in Rio in 2016, and also made history in 2015 as the first Canadian cyclist to win three gold medals at the Pan American Games in Toronto. Monique is currently a mechanical engineering graduate student at the University of Calgary, where she is committed to driving the needle of change in the fields of engineering and education.

The CBE Legacy Award celebrates public education in Calgary and the individuals who have contributed to our communities. In every corner of the city, across the country and beyond, CBE alumni have made a lasting impact.

Public education makes a difference in our communities, our country and our world. Legacy Award recipients will embody the work of the public education system and represent the legacy of the CBE: preparing students for life, work and inspiring life-long learning.

Nominations for the Legacy Award are accepted year round. The form is available on the CBE website at

Date:     Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018
Time:    12 p.m.
WhereEducation Centre (1221 – 8 Street SW).


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