Karina LeBlanc is a U.S. born, Canadian soccer player and hero for many young girls across the country. She represented Canada for over 18 years and won a Bronze Medal at the Olympics in 2012.
After hanging up her cleats in 2015, LeBlanc has become a UNICEF ambassador and uses her contagious energy and spirit to motivate and inspire others.
She’s a motivational speaker, a broadcaster, and host. She thrives on encouraging people to be the best versions of themselves, and is without a doubt a role model for many.
In a Q & A session with Chris Gailus for the CKNW and Global News Leadership series, LeBlanc talks about what leadership means to her and how she reached the position she’s in today.
Click below to hear the full interview.