Louise discovered Days for Girls at a booth at a craft show in Edmonton in 2014. She was immediately drawn to the cause — and shocked — because she had never even considered what girls did during menstruation in other countries. She joined the Edmonton chapter and started sewing. Two years later, she became the Country Coordinator; a role she still holds today.
In 2018, Celeste asked Louise to take on the role of Translation Coordinator ensuring the AWH flip chart and other DfG documents are translated into as many languages as possible.
“Days for Girls takes up a lot of my time, and I enjoy every minute of it!”