Yasmine Mohamed is a leader with over 13 years of experience in the Social Services sector, with a decade of experience combining childhood education, adult learning, leadership, entrepreneurial spirit and building growth and development strategies for NGOs. Yasmine is a proven fundraiser having worked and volunteered with organizations such as Islamic Relief Canada, NISA Women’s Helpline and the Muslim Society of Waterloo Wellington. Yasmine also works as an international speaker, a professional life coach that provides Spiritual Counselling to the greater community across Central and Western Ontario.
A confident coordinator, she also has experience working with local agencies, like the Regional Police Departments and RCMP. Yasmine’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts from Wilfrid Laurier University, where Yasmine is currently working to obtaining her second degree. She is a strong believer in giving back to the community and has dedicated a great deal of time to advancing the education opportunities available to the diverse communities of Waterloo Region. Yasmine is founder of Campus Revival, a group of university and college students, working together to make a difference in peoples’ lives in the community. Yasmine is excited to bring her energy and vision to the Board of Directors of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation.