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Saadia Muzaffar

Tech entrepreneur and author, Saadia Muzaffar, is dedicated to empowering underrepresented communities to thrive in STEM.

A portrait illustration of Saadia Muzaffar.

Tech Entrepreneur and Author
Born in 1980

Saadia Muzaffar, a passionate advocate of responsible innovation, equitable work opportunities, and immigrant talent in STEM, is the founder of TechGirls Canada, a leading platform for women in science, technology, engineering, and math in Canada. Additionally, she co-founded Tech Reset Canada, a collective of business leaders, technologists, and other residents advocating for innovation that benefits the public good. Recognized for her influential work, Muzaffar was featured in Canada 150 Women, a book celebrating groundbreaking women in the country. She proudly serves on the boards of Women’s Shelters Canada and the advisory board for the University of Guelph’s Centre for Advancing Responsible and Ethical Artificial Intelligence (CARE-AI).

Muzaffar’s dedication to supporting underrepresented communities in the tech sector and fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment for innovation has made an indelible mark on the Canadian tech industry.

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