The SDG Hub Mentors

Each year, the SDG Hub recruits three young professionals to mentor the youth and support the program. Our mentors are change-makers and leaders in their community who volunteer their time to provide resources, knowledge, and guidance.

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Ganiyat Sadiq


Ganiyat Sadiq (she/her) is an advocate that has been recognized in ACGC’s Top 30 Under 30. She aims to establish substantial solutions to address growing political and social inequity through the facilitation of purposeful conversations with policy-makers, institutions and citizens. These interests are reflective of the @IAmXMovement, a social community founded by Ganiyat that seeks to raise awareness of the injustices faced by Black, Indigenous and Racialized individuals, as well as providing a safe space to share their experiences. She also co-founded and serves as the President of the Black Inclusion Association, a novel non-profit that aims to achieve equity and social justice for Black Albertans.

Currently, Ganiyat is a fifth year student in the Honours Political Science Program and the International Relations Program at the University of Calgary. See Ganiyat’s Top 30 Under 30 profile here.

Trent Daley


Trent Daley (he/him) has called Edmonton home since 2011 and is a 2020 graduate from the University of Alberta having completed a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Sociology. Trent was awarded the ACGC Top 30 Under 30 for 2022. Trent received an appointment for the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee to the City of Edmonton in February 2020 and served as Vice-Chair in 2021. He is the current Vice President for the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee.

During his free time, Trent enjoys walks in the river valley with his wife, Maria, and sons, Ilyas and Yusuf, and daughter, Ranya. See Trent’s Top 30 Under 30 profile here.

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Krisha Quiambao


Krisha Quiambao (she/her) works toward strengthening health systems to protect against emerging global challenges. Having spent part of her childhood in the Philippines, Krisha understands the need for greater access to health care on a global scale. As both a researcher and an advocate, Krisha focuses on improving health equity, both locally and globally.

Krisha is a Master of Public Health graduate from the University of Alberta. She was one of ACGC’s Top 30 Under 30s in 2020. See Krisha’s Top 30 Under 30 profile here.