Iman is a future foresight and strategy associate working in innovation strategies with 20 years of experience in North America, the Middle East, and Europe. Her work frequently involves the intersection between government, the private sector, NGOs, and academia to provide innovative solutions to global challenges in the next 10-50 years.
Iman's key projects include serving as Innovation Lead Associate on the Government 2071 Guidebook for the World Government Summit. She also was the Lead Author and Strategy Lead on the UNHCR US Philanthropy report and Lead Author of the weekly innovation newsletters including 10X Government Innovation Series for government clients along with workshop topics for UAE’s Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and the Future and the Prime Minister's Office of Dubai.
Iman helped launch Muslims for Humanity, a relief organization in the US that provides micro-grants and a food pantry for disadvantaged families, and she is the current Planning and Governance Advisor for the organization. Her other philanthropic endeavors included carving out the path to establish the first official mosque in Athens, Greece as a Board Director of Strategic Planning for the Muslim Association of Greece and providing strategic planning to non-profit organizations in the UN network as a UN Volunteer.
Iman received her MBA with a Specialization in Strategic Planning from Edinburgh Business School in Scotland and her BA in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Windsor in Canada. She has supplemented her degrees with various certifications and courses from top universities ranging from topics such as AI, Machine Learning, and Blockchain to Design Thinking and Global Trends.