Faculty of Social & Community Services
Salomeh Ahmadi, BHSc, MBA, is a professor, consultant, researcher, and activist. She is interested in the areas related to equity-seeking groups, and the interrelations across community, justice, and socio-economics. Currently, she is leading a 3-year federally granted study on housing affordability and community-based participatory research. She teaches in fields of social services, child and youth care, police foundations, and community development. She is currently a Board Member with the International Centre of Art for Social Change ICASC. She has spoken at conferences and panels on various topics concerning community development and is open to partnerships and creative collaborations.