Oluseyi Smith, OLY PEng
Seyi is a 2x Olympian (2012 & 2018) in athletics and bobsleigh. He volunteers wherever possible in the sport community, including numerous administrative roles with the COC Athlete's Commission, Athletics Canada, CSI Calgary, Athletics Alberta, Eco Athletes Advocacy Group and the IOC Sustainability & Legacy Commission.
Outside of sport, Seyi has a BEng in Electrical Engineering, an MSc in Renewable Energy Systems Technology and is a licensed professional engineer in Alberta and Ontario.
Oliver Scholfield, OLY
Oliver is an Olympian (2020) and currently plays on the Canadian Men's National Field Hockey Team. He volunteers as an ambassador for KidSport BC and is deeply committed to helping grow the sport of field hockey in BC with his club, Vancouver Hawks FHC.
Outside of sport, Oliver has BSc in Natural Resource Conservation and a Master of Management degree from UBC Sauder School of Business. He works as a consultant in various roles in Research & Development and Business Planning and strives to integrate sustainability into all aspects of his life.
Martha McCabe, OLY
Martha is a 2x Olympian (2012 & 2016) in swimming. She placed 5th in London and was named Team Captain in Rio. She volunteers with the Canadian Olympic Committee and is an elected member of the Athlete Commission.
Outside of sport, Martha has a bachelors of Kinesiology from UBC and a Masters of Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the Smith Business school at Queen’s University. She is Founder and President of Head to Head (Est. 2016), an organization that promotes resilience and wellness through Olympian-led mentorship programs.
Donna Vakalis, OLY PhD
Donna Vakalis is a 2x Olympian (2012 & 2016) in modern pentathlon. While an athlete, she was actively involved in roles such as athlete representative, volunteer coach and bilingual motivational speaker on the value of clean air, active living, health and the environment.
Outside of sport, Donna is trained as an architect and has a PhD in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis on green buildings and green systems. She has been awarded a Northern Star Award from Environment Canada, and volunteered for the Sierra Youth Coalition and UN Environment Programme (UNEP). Currently she holds a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council fellowship to investigate carbon, energy and occupant impacts of sustainable, healthy buildings.