Salima Ebrahim, Co-Vice Chair

Salima Ebrahim

Salima Ebrahim is a bilingual, seasoned, and charismatic senior level executive with twenty years of experience in government and community relations, policy, strategy and business operations. She is a graduate of the London School of Economics, and a former fellow with the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. She has a deep commitment to public service and is currently on the board of Pier 21, Canada’s Immigration Museum, and Vice-Chair of the Inspirit Foundation. She is a recipient of the Edmonton Top 40 under 40 award and the national Canadian Council of Muslim Women ‘Women Who Inspire’ award.