Dr Gulshan Khakee was among the pioniers of Ginanic research.
She graduated in teacher training in Nairobi where she taught at the AK Girl School and at the Kenya High School . She did her M.A. at Trinity College in Dublin - Ireland and her PhD. at Harvard in 1972.
Thesis: "The `Das Avatara' of Satpanthi Ismailis and Imam Shahis of Indo-Pakistan." Ph.D. diss., Harvard University , 1972. [Contains a transliteration and translation of the Das Avatara of Imam Shah.]
Dr Gulshan Khakee died of cancer in Bombay at the age of 58, Saturday January 12, 2002.
Khalil Shariff is a member of the fiorst Board of Directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism.
Professor Margaret Ogilvie is a member of the first Board of Directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism.
Dr. Azim Nanji is a member of the first Board of Directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism.
Dr. Huguette Labelle is a member of the first board of directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism.
Rudyard Griffiths is the Executive Director of the Centre for Civic Engagement, as well as the director of the Munk Debates and the Grano Speakers Series. He is a co-founder of the Historica-Dominion Institute, and sits on numerous boards including the Canadian Institute for Citizenship. In 2008, he was appointed Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the Canadian Forces College. He is the author of Who We Are: A Citizen's Manifesto, and the editor of numerous books on Canadian history, politics and international affairs. Mr.
Yash Ghai is a member of the First Board of Directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism.
Iain T. Benson is a member of the first Board of Directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism
Kofi A. Annan is a member of the first board of directors of the Global Centre for Pluralism, Canada
Yusuf Habib Keshavjee, Board of Trustees, AKU
Mr Keshavjee brings to the Board diverse experience from East Africa's private as well as government and civil society sectors. He currently chairs the Boards of Honey Care Africa Limited, an expanding East African social enterprise aimed at increasing income of rural farmers; Shaanti Holistic Health Retreat, a yoga and meditation centre in Mombasa; and White Rose Drycleaners based in Kenya and Uganda.
Wife of Prince Hussain Aga Khan
Jamati Leader as well as active service in Scouts for 50 years from 1929-1979