Mohamed Huque is a management consultant and strategist who advises some of the world’s leading foundations and grantmakers to catalyze high-impact philanthropy. A former nonprofit executive, he has led a national arts advocacy organization and an Edmonton-based social service agency that supports low-income communities and newcomers to Canada. He is a past president of The Tessellate Institute, a charitable organization that explores Muslims in Canada through academic research and the arts.
Throughout all his work, Mohamed strives to apply an equity and human-centred lens to ensure the voices of those directly impacted are always centred. This is also reflected in his activities at Inspirit, where he leads the foundation’s Equity Committee.
In 2015, he was selected to be an Ariane de Rothschild Fellow at Cambridge University, UK and in 2019 became a CivicAction DiverseCity Fellow.