Jacqueline Dianne Hill, (also called Jacquie Hill or Jacquie) is a smallish herbivorous mammal that belongs to the mammalian species Homo sapiens. Jacquie landed on earth on the 23rd of June in 1980 in the small little ditch town Richmond. She is the middle child of 5, which explains her brute strength, often quirky sense of humour and ability to run fast. Jacquie still lives in Richmond, but to catch her there is quite the challenge, since she is always on the go. Jacquie earns a living and pays off her student loans as a Personal Trainer/Group Fitness Instructor working in both Richmond and Vancouver, she loves her job because she enjoys seeing the positive impact physical activity has on peoples lives as well she enjoys the fact that she gets paid to make other people do work! She accumulated her loans while studying exercise science at the University of British Columbia, where she graduated in 2005. In the future, she would like to accumulate more student loans and further her education in Physiotherapy. When not working, she loves to fill her time running, rock climbing, hiking, and travelling. In this past year, she has been spotted in Edmonton, California, Paris and London. In the future, her plans for travel include Ecuador, Peru, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain, Africa.
Like most other primates, the Jacquie is social in nature. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, particularly if it involves a coffee (although she is a Canadiano, she loves her Americanos with soy milk and cinnamon) and some form of physical activity. As well, she shares the common desire of most humans to influence the surrounding world. Summits of Hope is her current quest to influence the surrounding world by raising money and awareness for the children at BC Children's Hospital who cannot climb mountains for themselves. Fundraising has proven to be her biggest challenge to date, however she is enjoying the learning process and lessons in human nature it has taught her so far. Her next challenge, once her fundraising has been completed, will be to hike in altitude during her trip to Ecuador with the Summits of Hope team in September 2007.
"Everybody has a mountain to climb!"