Meharoona Ghani holds a Master of Arts degree in Gender and International Development with a specialty in gender analysis and race theory from the University of Sussex, Institute of Development Studies. After a 20-year provincial government career, where she managed multiculturalism and anti-racism programs in B.C.; developed a prevention of violence against women strategy; and implemented an interlibrary loan system across BC’s public libraries (yes she was a library technician too!); she launched her company – M. Ghani Consulting.
Today, she is a Community Engagement and Diversity Specialist, Spoken Word Artist, Writer and Educator. She is also a Manager of Community Connections and Diversity with the North Shore Multicultural Society; and currently working on her forthcoming book: “Letters to Rumi” – an autobiographical account about identity and belonging.