Fatima Zohra has worked with the PGF team as a consultant since 2018. She has contributed to a variety of projects, including the transfer of the governance of the Centre Jules-Léger from the Ministry of Education (Ontario) to the Centre Jules-Léger Consortium, a mandate aimed at enhancing the Centre’s capacity to meet the needs of French language school boards and Francophone families who have children with learning disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing, blind or with low vision, or deaf and blind.
Fatima Zohra has also participated in other mandates in the areas of education and health within Ontario’s francophone community, such as a community consultation on health and well-being for the Centre Communautaire Régional de London, and the development of an accessibility policy and plan for Montfort Renaissance.
Fatima Zohra holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the School of Governance and Economics, Rabat (EGE Rabat), and a Master’s degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Ottawa. She is fluent in French, English and Arabic.
In addition to her interest in the Canadian Francophonie and international development, Fatima Zohra never misses an opportunity to travel and discover other cultures.