President, The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow
Raheel Raza is a founding member of The Muslim Reform Movement, author of the book Their Jihad – Not My Jihad, award-winning journalist, public speaker, and advocate for human rights. Raheel speaks at places of worship, the private sector, school boards and government institutions. She has been invited to the Parliaments of Sweden, UK, Israel and to Capitol Hill in Washington DC. In her pursuit for human rights, Raheel is accredited with United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva through The Centre for Inquiry (CFI). She has received many awards for her work on women's equality including the City of Toronto's Constance Hamilton Award.