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2023 Board of Directors


Michael Newman


I moved to Edgemont in March 2017 and have seen quite the transformation since.

What I love about Edgemont is the people who live here; I feel like we're a community of neighbours.​

I love adventure in any form: rock climbing, snowboarding, backcountry camping... the list goes on!


Brianne Burritt


I am a life-long west-ender and I moved into Edgemont in the Ravines area in 2019.


I knew that I wanted to raise my family in a vibrant, natural community. I enjoy watching the coyotes, rabbits, deer, and birds along the ravine.

I am a huge Oilers fan and love reading. I am passionate about investing time and energy into my communities.


Jaye Brown


I have lived in the Edgemont community for about 2 years.


I am in the Edgemont East area, and we were drawn to this community for multiple reasons. One of which being we wanted to be close to family. We also wanted to be located in a new developing area where countless opportunities and diversity was around us.


I have a big passion for all things children, and growth in general as I always seem to find myself wanting to help out within the communities I find myself in.

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Miranda Wensel
Communications Director

I love all things creative and being outdoors - you can catch me exploring our community and our city, musing (and dreaming) over home decor, and tackling artistic endeavors, with a camera in my hand and my two awesome boys by my side!

I'm passionate about connection. Being a part of the Board allows me a way to connect and hopefully make an impact on our amazing community.


Ninah Bangera
Membership Director

We are brand new to Edmonton and just moved in earlier this year from Airdrie. Being a part of the league gives us an opportunity to grow with the community and get to know our neighbors. Some of my favourite things about Edgemont are its close proximity to amenities, ravine walking paths, that it is a kid and dog friendly community.

I spent my growing years between continents and finally laid roots in Alberta where my kids were born and am loving the variety of winter sports and the warm hearted people.

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Chanel Simpson
Volunteer Coordinator

I've lived in Edgemont since 2019. I was drawn to the natural beauty and access to walking paths. 

I’m a huge hockey fan and rarely miss a game. I also love dogs!


Krista Hammond
Director at Large

I've lived in Edgemont since 2019. I was drawn to all the natural ravine areas as that is not something that is offered in many newer urban communities. Every section of the community has areas devoted to allowing us to be surrounded by nature and to enjoy the peace that being in nature brings.

I love being outdoors, whether it is with my dogs (Jasper and Lacy) or riding my horse (Amigo).

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Manna Ghose
Director at Large

Edgemont is a great community and a lot to offer. Because it is a new and planned community, we decide to settle here. With our 'driving community ' mentality, professionalism and volunteering experience, we could take this community further.

I am a pro table tennis, badminton and cricket player.

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League History

League History

January 2019

Contact was made with the City of Edmonton to inquire about how to start a Community League.

May 2019

An invite was posted on the Edgemont Community Edmonton Facebook group to gauge interest. The first meeting to discuss the future of Edgemont was held. Five engaged community-minded individuals met that day.

June 2019

A second meeting was held and the Edgemont Steering Committee to form a Community League was established. 

July 2019

We hosted our first public meeting. The weather was not cooperative with our BBQ, but that did not stop approximately 60 people from showing up. A needs assessment survey was sent out to gauge the interests of Edgemont residents. The Steering Committee gained momentum as more people showed an interest in attending upcoming meetings.

September 2019

Two committees were formed - one to create the bylaws, and the second to create the objects for the society. 

October 2019

The name Edgemont Community League is reserved with Alberta Registries. 

December 2019

We held our second public meeting. The history of the Steering Committee and the objects and bylaws were presented and voted on. Approximately 45 people attended the meeting. The objects and bylaws were filed with Alberta Registries to start the incorporation process.

March 2020

COVID-19 forces a lockdown and this puts most event planning on hold. We were still able to hold a Spring Clean Up Contest.

April 2020

Edgemont Community League becomes an official society. The objects and bylaws were approved by Alberta Registries. Edgemont Community League is the fastest forming community league in Edmonton's history.

June 2020

COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. The Steering Committee organizes a few events such as Yoga in the Park, Edgemont in Bloom, and a Bike Index Registry. 

September 2020

Edgemont Community League hosted its first Annual General Meeting. The event was held outdoors and physically distanced to ensure COVID-19 safety protocols were met. 13 Edgemont residents were voted on to the first ever Board of Directors.

October 2020

The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues hosted its fall AGM. Edgemont Community League was voted in to become an official member of the EFCL. Edgemont is the 161st community league in the City of Edmonton. 

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