Sarah Abou-Bakr has been extensively involved in community advocacy on the rights of Muslims, students, minority groups and human rights more broadly. Sarah is currently a board member of the Concordia Student Union’s Black Indigenous People of Colour committee, and an undergraduate student senator.
Based in Montreal, Sarah takes part in the organization of several interfaith events in order to engage in exchanges and break stereotypes. Sarah has also organized numerous volunteering events with community organizations to encourage Muslim youth to engage with the larger community.
As the NCCM’s Quebec Advocacy Coordinator, Sarah leads the organization’s community outreach activities in La Belle Province.