Director of the Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership
Hindia Mohamoud has close to twenty years of experience with building community solutions through research, partnership development, and program design. She is currently the director of the Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership, where she is responsible for facilitating the establishment and implementation of community-wide vision and strategy for improving the settlement and integration of immigrants in Ottawa. Previously, she worked as the director of research at the Social Planning Council and as a director of impact and investment at United Way/Centraide Ottawa. Hindia’s academic background is varied – she holds a Master’s degree in economics from the University of Ottawa and various diplomas in business, management, technology, and communication. She is also fluent in four international languages, including both official languages. Hindia is widely engaged with local social development process and activities. For example, she is a member of the City for all Women’s Initiative (CAWI) and a regular volunteer at a local food bank.
- The Impact of COVID 19 on Immigrants and Racialized Communities in Ottawa
- The perspectives of government officials on migration and resilience: a comparative examination of Canada's federal, provincial and municipal governments
- Critical Examination of Settlement Sector Discourses and Practices of Resilience: A Comparative Study of Three Ontario Cities