Bean has received several awards for her work including Edify: Top 40 Under 40, RBC Canadian Women of Influence Award, Global’s Woman of Vision award and Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Medal. 

Bean is the reigning Miss Wheelchair Canada and was recognized by Mattel as one of Canada’s top 60 inspiring women as part of Barbie’s 60th Anniversary.

EDify Top 40 Under 40

The objective of this list is to showcase not only shows off the achievements of some truly inspiring people, but also brings to light the idea that Edmonton is a multi-dimensional place.

RBC Canadian Women of Influence Award, Global’s Woman of Vision award

The RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards (CWEA) is the premier national award program celebrating the achievements of the country’s most successful and inspiring women business owners.

Miss Wheelchair Canada

Bean was award Miss Wheelchair Canada in 2018. Miss Wheelchair Canada aims to break down barriers for women who live with disabilities.

Global Edmonton Woman of Vision

This award recognizes individuals like Bean who have made a significant contribution to our community.

Bean in the Media

Bean Gill wants new show, Push, to challenge how you see people with disabilities

Series will be first major prime time program to feature leading cast of people with disabilities.

NAIT grad Bean Gill stars in CBC’s Push

Series seeks to undo stereotypes about living with a physical disability.

Woman of Vision: Nancy Morrow and Bean Gill

For many patients with spinal cord injuries, the Reyu Paralysis Recovery Centre in Edmonton has been a game changer. It's founded by two women who are this month's Global News Women of Vision.

Bean Gill: Mental & Physical Health Guru

Listen to Bean's story and her commitment to mental health.

Bean Gill: Entrepreneur, Accessibility & Inclusion Warrior

She joins the Inner Circle to share the unbelievable events of bullying, love lost, and the physical trauma and recovery that changed her life forever. Bean talks about how she went from dealing with a new identity of life in a wheelchair and losing mobility to using her situation as a platform to help others through her ReYu Recovery Centre which she Co-Founded and currently runs.

You Can't Ask That's Bean Gill: "Every human being is different"

You Can't Ask That asks shockingly direct questions. And Bean Gill jumped at the chance to participate and provide equally honest answers.

'I hated my life': Edmonton woman helps wheelchair users overcome trauma

Bean Gill grips the handles of her walker, her muscular frame tense as she lifts her legs to take a few laborious steps she never thought would be possible.

Are you ready to joins bean's Movement

Bean is a self-proclaimed ‘trifecta of discrimination’, Inclusion Warrior, Entrepreneur, Model of Diversity, Wheelchair Pageant Queen.