Chin Lorelei Baquiran holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from the University of Alberta. She is passionate about volunteering and believes that the best part about it is having the ability to make a difference in the lives of other people.
Lorelei has extensive volunteer experience with children, youth, elderly, and the homeless ranging from non-profit organizations in Edmonton to local events.
She has previously served as a member of Ainembabazi Children’s Project’s Executive Board of Directors. She has also volunteered at the Interdepartmental Science Students’ Society at the University of Alberta (U of A) as a member of the Science Week Committee and at Royal Alexandra Hospital as a Patient Visitor and Recreational Therapist Assistant where she worked closely with the elderly.
Currently, Lorelei serves on the City of Edmonton Youth Council Health and Wellness Committee and is an active member of a student group that supports women in STEM fields.
If you have any questions, Lorelei will be more than happy to speak with you! You can connect with her here.
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What are you passionate about?
Lorelei is passionate about positively impacting people's lives through volunteering. She believes this is a great way to show others that there are people who are willing to spend time with and for them. She is also passionate about scrutinizing social issues that affect the youth including drug abuse, bullying, and sexual assault and finding ways to raise awareness to help solve these problems.Aside from these, interpretive dancing has always been her passion. She started dancing at her church when she was young; despite not having any formal dance lessons, she continues to be passionate about interpretive dancing. She now enjoys volunteering her time and skills to children at her current church.
University of Alberta
- 2018 Bachelor of Science
- Present Volunteer
City of Edmonton
- Present Youth Committee