Dr. Waguih ElMaraghy Receives Ontario Volunteer Service Award
The Ontario Volunteer Service Awards is a prestigious award given to individuals in Ontario, Canada who have made significant contributions to their communities through volunteer work. This award recognizes the hard work and dedication of volunteers and serves as a token of appreciation for their efforts.
Recently, Dr. Waguih ElMaraghy was honored with the Ontario Volunteer Service Awards for his outstanding contributions to the community. Dr. ElMaraghy, a well-known philanthropist, has been volunteering his time and resources to improve the lives of those in need.
With over 30 years of experience in the field of engineering, Dr. ElMaraghy has used his expertise to help various organizations and initiatives in the community. From mentoring young people to providing support for those in need, he has made a positive impact on the lives of many.
“I am pleased to have received the Ontario 30-Years Volunteer Service Award. I am grateful to Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) for the nomination for my service as a member of the Academic Requirements Committee (ARC). I am currently in my second year as Chair of the ARC. I also appreciate the Award Certificate signed by H.E. The Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario. The award came with a 30-Year V-lapel pin and the Platinum Jubilee lapel pin of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,” he said.
Aside from his volunteering efforts, Dr. ElMaraghy has also been recognized for his contributions to the field of engineering. He is a respected researcher and has published numerous articles in his area of expertise.
The Ontario Volunteer Service Awards is a testament to Dr. ElMaraghy’s dedication and selflessness. His commitment to giving back to the community is an inspiration to us all and serves as a reminder of the positive impact that one person can have.
In conclusion, Dr. Waguih ElMaraghy is a deserving recipient of the Ontario Volunteer Service Awards. His contributions to both the community and the field of engineering are a testament to his passion and drive. He serves as an inspiration to us all and reminds us of the importance of volunteering and giving back.
Recipients receive an invitation to attend a presentation ceremony with one guest. The local contact identified on the nomination forms will also be invited to the presentation ceremony. In addition, a member of the Provincial Council who lives close to the presentation ceremony may be invited to attend.