Nisha Rolleman is the kind of person who helps make a community. The stay-at-home mom of three enriches the lives of those around her with her many acts of kindness in her Windsong community, to which she moved in 2013. Veronica Boccinfuso explains Rolleman helps other parents by watching kids at the playground behind her house, offering free childcare and volunteering on the local school committee. “She is an avid supporter of getting outside, building relationships with those in the community and being an all-around amazing-hearted woman that I truly am in awe of,” says Boccinfuso. “She does all this with grace and a wonderful sense of humour. Nisha is an inspiration by being a great example of being one’s best version of themselves.” Rolleman is humble about her community-building role, saying she does it as much for herself as others. “Being at home, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut, so I had to make an effort to get to know people,” she says. Still, Rolleman recognizes the benefits of networking within her community. “We have that it-takes-a-whole-village concept,” she says. It feels safer because you know people.”