This April Jennifer Botterill attended the National We Day in Ottawa, a movement lead by young people leading local and global change.
Jennifer was then asked to speak along side Craig Kielburger Martin Luther King the third, as well as Queen Noor of Jordan about Project Jenga, an initiative to build schools more in Africa.
This winter Jennifer Botterill brought her vast experience, knowledge and passion to her role as a reporter with CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage of women’s ice hockey at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Below is a sneak peak to Jennifer’s experience!
Jennifer Botterill kicked off her on air coverage at Shayba arena on February 7th.
Jennifer Botterill was then able to give her twitter and facebook followers sneak peaks at Sochi, such as the Canadian women’s first practice in Shayba!
Jennifer Botterill was able to get a rather insightful interview with Canadian women’s head coach Kevin Dineen as well as Marie- Philip Poulin.
Jennifer Botterill was then able to show us some of the innovative skate guards that Caroline Ouellette wears before games.
Jennifer got to work along side colleges Cassie Campbell and Mark Lee in the CBC Mix Zone.
Jennifer Botterill was able to work with broadcasting icon Ron MacLean in the women’s gold medal game.
Jennifer Botterill was a valued and insightful member to the CBC team during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Jennifer Botterill speaking at Free the Children’s National We Day.
Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer with Hockey Hall of Famer Angela James, Jennifer Botterill, Sami Jo Small and Cheryl Pounder.