Alim Ismail (He/Him)
Alim has been playing quidditch for 3 years and instructing youth programs for the last 2 years. He previously coached the Calgary Hippogriffs youth team and is excited to help grow youth quidditch in Edmonton. His favorite thing about quidditch is the community it creates. Aside from quidditch, Alim can be found hiking, reading, and exploring other games with friends.
Doug Kelly (He/Him)
Since joining the Edmonton Aurors this January, Doug has quickly learned the sport and played at nationals in Hamilton as a beater. When he is not playing Quidditch, Doug likes to rock climb and play violin. With seven years of experience working and volunteering with youth at camps, he is excited to share his love of Quidditch this Kidditch season.
Pearse McKinney (He/Him)
Pearse has been playing Quidditch for almost four years with the Edmonton Aurors. Since becoming the External Relations Director, Pearse’s main goal was starting a youth quidditch program within the city. He is very excited to take on this new endeavour. While not playing Quidditch Pearse is attending University at NAIT to earn his BBA in Finance, and is an active Scout Leader and Ski Instructor.
Soleil Heaney (She/Her)
Soleil is the president of the Edmonton Aurors and has taken on the lead of logistics for the youth quidditch program. She has been playing quidditch for three years and is passionate about growing the sport within Edmonton and introducing it to the younger population. Her favourite thing about quidditch is its inclusivity to everyone no matter the gender, age, or skill level! When Soleil is not playing or organizing quidditch, she can be found studying for her degree in Child and Youth Care, playing board games, or hiking.