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I am wondering which of the below sentence is correct...

(if there are other errors, please point them out as well)

It is because of these experiences that make me who I am today, a leader who is nominated not only for his impact in his community, but also for his excellence in sports.

It is because of these experiences that make me who I am today, a leader who is nominated not only for my impact in my community, but also for my excellence in sports.

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The pronoun's antecedent is "a leader." So, "his," of course – the backward reference is to "a leader," not to the earlier "me" or "I."

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