Ben Sabic

Student
Event Manager
Digital Creator

Ben Sabic is an entrepreneur, mental health advocate, and post-secondary student from the heart of Canada. He is enamoured with all things creative, and from an early age, dedicated his life to giving back to the community and influencing the leaders of today and tomorrow.

Community involvement has been an integral part of Ben’s life since elementary school, which began with his first volunteer experience through a local safety patrol program. Since then, he has rappelled down a 17-storey office building, supported dozens of campaigns and events for a variety of organizations, and held various roles in the local amateur sports community — from high school coach to game official to tournament organizer.

Ben has previously served as Chair of Kids Help Phone’s National Youth Council and led a presentation for over 16,000 youth and educators at WE Day Manitoba. He also moderated a keynote panel at the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health’s national conference.

Blog Post:
Canadian sports leaders are failing female athletes
Photo: Reid Valmestad

Ben Sabic

Student
Event Manager
Digital Creator

Ben Sabic is an entrepreneur, mental health advocate, and post-secondary student from the heart of Canada. He is enamoured with all things creative, and from an early age, dedicated his life to giving back to the community and influencing the leaders of today and tomorrow.

Community involvement has been an integral part of Ben’s life since elementary school, which began with his first volunteer experience through a local safety patrol program. Since then, he has rappelled down a 17-storey office building, supported dozens of campaigns and events for a variety of organizations, and held various roles in the local amateur sports community — from high school coach to game official to tournament organizer.

Ben has previously served as Chair of Kids Help Phone’s National Youth Council and led a presentation for over 16,000 youth and educators at WE Day Manitoba. He also moderated a keynote panel at the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health’s national conference.

Blog Post:
Canadian sports leaders are failing female athletes