Hodan Ahmed Mohamed is a Somalian Canadian, Senior UN Human Rights Fellow, an educator, labour advocate and DEI expert with a background in employment and gender equity, stakeholder management and organizational change.
Her work as an anti-racism consultant and employment equity specialist enabled her to develop equity centered content and design projects and community implementation policies on systematic changes, including developing transformative leadership methodology that fosters collaborative approach and consensus building.
She wrote reports and recommendations addressing: racism, inclusive leadership and activism, policing and criminalization of vulnerable communities. Her published work addresses United Nation, Canadian immigration policies, policing and criminalization of vulnerable communities, including the intersection of anti-Black racism and Islamophobia.
In the past 10 years, Hodan has developed and facilitated inclusive leadership and employment programs geared towards under-served racialized communities, youth and newcomers to access government and community resources.