Sadia Zaman is an executive/senior leader with an extensive content creation and management portfolio in media, cultural industries, and not-for-profits, Her leadership roles within the CBC, (Director), Women in Film and Television (Executive Director), and Canada's most diverse multi-faith channel, Vision TV (Director) have distinguished her as a gifted broadcaster and talented manager.
Sadia has a deep commitment to diversity and inclusion and an ability to engage a variety of communities and not-for-profits. She is often asked to speak at conferences and other events on a range of media, diversity, gender and leadership issues.
Sadia's work has been nominated for five Geminis and she has won two as part of a team. She has also received dozens of other industry awards and been honoured through Women Who Inspire.
In 2012 Sadia was selected as one of six female media leaders in Canada to take part in the Creative Leaders program. In 2007 she was a finalist for the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy.
She has been named a trailblazer by the Reelworld Film Festival and in 1998 was one of four Canadian journalists awarded a prestigious Southam Fellowship for Journalists at Massey College, University of Toronto.
Reporting Canada, 2014 Our Canada Symposium Session (audio)