Saadia Muzaffar is a tech entrepreneur, author, and passionate advocate of responsible innovation, decent work for everyone, and prosperity of immigrant talent in STEM. In 2017, she was featured in Canada 150 Women, a book about 150 of the most influential and ground-breaking women in Canada.
She is founder of TechGirls Canada, the hub for Canadian women in science, technology, engineering, and math – and co-founder of Tech Reset Canada, a coalition of business people, technologists, and other residents advocating for innovation that is focused on maximizing the public good. She serves on Waterfront Toronto’s Digital Strategy Advisory Panel, and is an ambassador for GEM, a mentorship program for high school girls facing socio-economic barriers. She is part of Canada Beyond 150: Policy for a diverse and inclusive future initiative, and is an advisor to Government of Canada’s Economic Strategy table for Access to Skilled Talent.