Sarah Bukhari is an Administrative Coordinator in the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Community Services. Sarah was elected to the Board for a two year term commencing September 1, 2018. At Ryerson Sarah is a member of the Muslim Community Network, Black Community Network, 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women Project and outside Ryerson is Board Chair of CultureLink Settlement Services, co-founder of Anisa’a (a community development not-for-profit association). Sarah started her professional life as an elementary school children’s librarian, and made the transition to working in international research organizations in Cairo, Egypt. After immigrating to Canada in 1999 Sarah become very interested in, and acquired experience in, community development and capacity building. With a Master’s in Political Science with a focus on International development she continues to concentrate on social research/justice and advocacy on policy analysis and change. Sarah is a consummate world traveler, a voracious reader and trekker.