Marsha Lampman Volunteer Award

These awards were named in honour of Marsha Lampman, BA'74, who was a diligent volunteer for the Sarnia Branch for over twelve years, prior to her untimely death in 1996. 

Presented annually to up to three Branch, Chapter or Reunion volunteers who best exemplify Marsha Lampman's outstanding dedication and service to Alumni Programs of the Queen's University Alumni Association. 

Award eligibility and criteria

Candidates should be:

  • A Queen’s alumnus/alumna
  • A current or past volunteer within the Queen’s University Alumni Association
  • Someone who has made a significant, peer-recognized contribution as an alumni volunteer to further engage our members in the life and work of the university and its association. A successful candidate may have served in an executive position in a Branch, Chapter or Reunion position, or may be a recent graduate whose exemplary contribution and commitment set an example for others to follow.

2024 Recipient

Jennifer Reynolds

  • Com'13, GDA'13

Jennifer Reynolds smiling, wearing a blue shirt

Jennifer knows firsthand the important role that community plays in creating a safe and supportive environment where everyone can be their authentic self. As a founding member of the Queen's Queer Alumni Chapter in 2020, Jennifer spearheaded the launch of the chapter with a goal of fostering a useful and supportive community among two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (2SLGBTQ+) students, alumni, facility, and staff.  

As the chapter's executive advisor, Jennifer has played a key role in guiding the chapter's growth and successful initiatives to date. In everything that she does, Jennifer is known for leading with heart and for her genuine desire to effect positive change within her communities.