Erica Wiebe is the reigning Olympic Champion in the sport of Freestyle Wrestling. She is a 2x Commonwealth Games Champion, a University World Champion, World Medalist, and 10x National Champion.

She is a passionate advocate for the power of sport and volunteers her time as a coach and ambassador with Right to Play, Fast & Female, KidSport Alberta, and is on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary and Calgary Amateur Wrestling Association. After winning the Olympic Games in 2016, she has spoken to over 15,000 youth across Canada, was the Team Captain of the Mumbai Maharathi in the Indian Pro Wrestling League, visited the Canadian Armed Forces deployments in Ukraine and Kuwait, and even participated in a 'tryout' with the WWE.
In June 2020, she will be starting the EMBA Americas program at Queens University an Cornell Unviersity.

Currently she is training to represent Canada at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo and when not studying, taking people down and/or promoting sport as a tool to create positive social change, she is a consultant at Deloitte sharing the leadership and high performance decision making skills in their Human Capital practice.

Play is one of the greatest teachers in our lives. Providing ALL youth the opportunity to play sports is essential and I'm proud to support an organization that does such exceptional work in my community.