Zeba Ahmad, a proud mom of two grown children, is a tireless volunteer locally in Saskatoon, provincially and nationally. Zeba began her professional career as a pharmacist and practiced for over 20 years, before moving on to other professional roles. She currently serves as the CEO for the Saskatoon Public Schools Foundation as well as providing consulting services for NexGen Energy.
She has served on and chaired several boards including Royal University Hospital Foundation and Saskatoon Community Foundation. Additionally, she was the inaugural chair of Canada’s Great Kitchen Party (formerly Gold Medal Plates) and a member of the Thundering Ahead Campaign for Wanuskewin Heritage Park. She currently serves on Rideau Hall Foundation Board of Directors and most recently joined the Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation. Zeba also serves as the Honorary Colonel for the 38th Combat Engineer Regiment.
For her community involvement Zeba has received the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers, named a Top 100 Alumni of Influence, College of Pharmacy & Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan, awarded the 2021 YWCA Woman of Distinction for Community Building and in 2023 was the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal.