A business team celebrates success and hands out awards as an audience looks on.

Sterling Creations’ president, Donna J. Jodhan, is honored to have received a number of awards and commendations for her activism.


The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Award logo next to a photo of Donna, holding her award and smiling.At a parliamentary diner on June 10th, 2022, Donna was nominated to receive a Platinum Jubilee Award in recognition of her contributions to the Scarborough-Agincourt community and her work with Barrier Free Canada.

Donna in her black graduation robes, holding a white cane.

The award was presented in celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee in June of 2022.

On July 14th, 2022, Donna graduated from the University of London (England) with her Law degree.


A close-up photo of an award addressed to Donna Jodhan. It reads: 'In recognition of your contribution to Elections Canada's Advisory Group for Disability Issues.In 2018, Donna was presented with an award from Elections Canada for her work with the Advisory Group for Disability Issues, where she has been serving since its inception in 2014.


A photo of Donna Jodhan giving a speech. She is holding a microphone and wearing a vibrant red jacket. The awards presenter from the CCB stands next to her.

In 2017, the Canadian Council for the Blind (CCB) presented Donna with their White Cane Week Person of the Year Award for 2017 at their annual banquet.


A photo of Donna Jodhan holding a giant version of the cover of Backbone Magazine in front of her.In 2011, Donna was named one of the Top 15 Canadians in Digital Technology by Backbone Magazine.


In 2010, after being nominated by Citizens With Disabilities – Ontario (CWDO), Donna received the Council of Canadians with Disabilities’ National Award. The CCD National Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the Canadian disability rights movement.


A photo of Donna holding up her Nation Award from the Council of Canadians with Disabilities. The award has an engraved plaque, which reads: 'In recognition of your Valued Contribution to the Disability Rights Movement in Canada.After being nominated by the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC), Donna was named “Unsung Hero of 2008” by the city of Toronto for her landmark Charter challenge against the federal government to make their websites more accessible for blind and vision-impaired Canadians.