Executive Director - Sidney A. IDEMUDIA
Sidney is a Nigerian who emigrated to Canada for an undergraduate education. He graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Materials (Metallurgical) Engineering. He has hands-on experience in project management, team leadership, fundraising and strategic decision-making. He has also been an active volunteer within the broader community and enjoys engaging in activities that act towards his personal development. He is highly involved with sporting activities to strengthen his mind, body and physique. Through his school training and past experiences, Sidney provides Imhotep’s Legacy Academy with a positively interactive work environment and brings a high level of professionalism to its workplace.
Administrator - Wanda L. COLLEY
Wanda Colley was born and raised in Beechville, Nova Scotia. She earned her Bachelor of Commerce (Accountancy) from Concordia University, Montreal, PQ; and a Diploma in IT and Computer Studies from Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, NS.
She is a self-published author of poetry and creative non-fiction, and has experience in systems development and support, financial management, and web development.
She has been honored to witness and to contribute to ILA's growth.
Logistics Offcer (Fall Co-op) - Bader HAJIBI
Strategic Marketing Specialist (Co-op) - To be staffed
Outreach and Communications Officer - To be staffed
Program Manager - Asher TRIM-GASKIN
Asher hails from the beautiful island of Barbados. His leadership qualities emerged as a delegate of the Global Youth Leadership Conference as an early teen. He is an avid sportsman--having represented the island in swimming and rubgy and he is a 23-year classical violinist--10 of which were spent as first violin in the Barbados National Youth Orchestra. In 2017, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a Certificate in Genetics from Dalhousie University. During his time at DAL he was President of the Caribbean Connection Student Society for two consecutive years and more recently, he was a Teaching Assistant for second-year Genetics and Diversity courses. To further satisfy his love for community development and leadership, Asher leads a youth group and plays violin in the band of his local church Deep Water. The 2018-2019 program year was Asher's first year as the ILA Program Manager.