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Elsie Morden

Elsie Morden, 20, is the founder of No Time for That tour. She uses her stories and songs to inspire others to stand up to bullies. So far she has visited 450 schools across Canada including 200 in Manitoba.

Elsie Morden is the founder of the anti-bullying speaking tour No Time for That

Elsie Morden, 20, is the founder of No Time for That tour. She uses her stories and songs to inspire others to stand up to bullies. So far she has visited 450 schools across Canada including 200 in Manitoba. (Submitted by Kathy Lynn Byrka)
Relentless bullying almost prevented singer-songwriter Elsie Morden, 20, from pursuing music, but she's risen above the negativity.

She founded No Time for That tour, using her stories and songs to help and inspire others. So far, this ambitious, inspirational girl has visited 450 schools across Canada including 200 in Manitoba.

The anti-bullying and youth empowerment presentation is offered free of charge. No Time for That tour is part of the Winnipeg-based charity No Time for That Anti-Bullying Society.

Elsie has received the MCIC Global Citizenship Award, the Premier's Healthy Living Award, the Volunteer Manitoba RBC Local Hero Award, the YMCA-YWCA Young Woman of Distinction Award, and has been nominated as a Manitoba Hero.

Elsie loves performing as much as she loves helping people. She's a huge advocate for healthy living, and is keen on respecting and protecting the environment. Elsie serves as an ideal role model, and there's no doubt she will continue to inspire all!

Nominated by Kathy Lynn Byrka.

View all the nominee submissions at CBC Manitoba Future 40.

Nominated by Kathy Lynn Byrka.