Memona Hossain is a mother, community-based collaborator, and holds a Master's in Education from the University of Toronto. She is currently an Instructor Lecturer through the School of Environment at The University of Toronto.
Memona is also a PhD candidate in Applied Ecopsychology program & Eco-Art Therapy Certification through Project Nature Connect Inc. Ecopsychology is the area of study that explores the connective, holistic relationship of humans and the Earth. She teaches Ecopsychology through community platforms at the University of Guelph Arboretum, Emmanuel College, and Riverwood Conservancy. Memona is involved in Eco-diverse conversations, engaging with individuals and groups of diverse background as it pertains to climate action.
Memona has been working in the field of Mental Health, Addictions, and Developmental Disabilities for over 15 years. She publicly speaks and offers media comment on topics related to Islamophobia, Ecopsychology and the environment.
Memona also serves on the Board of Directors for Faith & the Common Good and the Guelph Film Festival and serves as a Content Contributor for Faithfully Sustainable. Memona is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Muslim Association of Canada, and actively engages in dialogue on topics related to Islam & community development. She grew up and currently lives in the land that is part of the Treaty Lands & Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit.