About Taha Ghayyur

TG-profile-outdoor1Taha Ghayyur is a human rights advocate, a personal growth and leadership trainer, and a writer, based in Toronto, Canada. Driven by a spirit of service and desire to elevate people’s leadership potential, Taha has been leading groundbreaking and impactful community initiatives for over 20 years across North America.

  • Vice President, Sound Vision Foundation, a pioneering Muslim media & professional development training institution
  • Executive Director, Justice for All Canada, a human rights advocacy organization fighting to end genocides impacting minorities around the world
  • Board member, DawaNet, a grassroots community education and empowerment organization
  • Board member and former Chairperson, MuslimFest, an award winning festival celebrating the best in Muslim arts and culture
  • Former Host, Canada Today Show on Muslim Network TV
  • Human rights commentator and contributor to national newspapers, including the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, National Post, and The Hill Times
  • Former Executive Director,  ISNA Canada
  • Former Advisory Committee member, Muslim Studies Program at Emmanuel College, University of Toronto
  • Author on issues related to youth, personal growth community development, civic engagement, human rights, and spirituality in North America
  • Speaker, with 20 years of experience in delivering workshops, masterminds, seminars, webinars & Khutbas
  • Certified Communications and Leadership Trainer, Speaker and Coach by John Maxwell Leadership Team
  • Trained in human rights, communications, marketing, leadership, and Islamic sciences.

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2 responses to “About Taha Ghayyur

  1. Baarakallahu Feekum, Yaa Akhee.

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