Zara Chaudhry

Zara Chaudhry (she/her) is a Muslim Pakistani who strives to hold space at the intersections of reciprocal community relations, lived experiences, and youth engagement. Through her work, she holds herself accountable to learning (and unlearning) through a decolonial and racial equity lens. Zara has a diverse range of experience supporting organizations with value-based work. She has been a community advisor for Vancouver Foundation, Victoria Foundation and BC’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner. She is currently working with The Inclusion Project as Program Manager. Centering the voices and experiences of Muslim youth, she has served as Youth Director at her local mosque, cultivating intergenerational and intercultural dialogue. She graduated from the University of Victoria with a BSc in Biology & Psychology and currently resides in gratitude on the unceded territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples.