Prince Amyn Aga Khan (Chair) is a Director on the Boards of many institutions of the Aga Khan Development Network: Aga Khan Foundation, Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (Chairman of its Executive Committee), Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance and Aga Khan Trust for Culture (architecture, urbanism and more recently music in societies with significant Muslim presence). He is also a Director on World Monuments Funds and Silk Road Project Boards.
Riaz Ahmed is Group Head and Chief Financial Officer of TD Bank Group, the 6th largest bank in North America. He is Chair of TD's Inclusion and Diversity Leadership Council, fostering TD's unique employee culture and is currently Chair of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada, National Committee.
Radwan Khawatmi is Founder and President of Hirux International S.P.A., one of the leading producers of domestic electrical goods in Europe, as well as a supporter of Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC)’s work in the restoration of the Umayyad Mosque and its minaret in Aleppo.
Huguette Labelle is Chair of the International Anti-Corruption Conference Council, Vice-Chair of the Rideau Hall Foundation, Board member of the Global Centre for Pluralism and former Chair of the Transparency International. She is also the past President of the Canadian International Development Agency and former Chancellor of the University of Ottawa.
Thomas Lentz is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He recently retired as the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museums.
Henri Loyrette served as the President and Director of the Musée du Louvre from 2001 to 2013. Prior to that he served as Chief Curator at the Musée d Orsay from 1978 to 1994 and then Director of the Musée d’Orsay from 1994 to 2001. He is currently the Museum Advisor to the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC).
Shabin Mohamed is a Trustee of the Board of the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and a member of the Board of the Toronto International Film Festival(TIFF). She also serves as a Board Member of Evergreen Brickworks.
His Excellency Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh has been active in government service for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since 1968. He is the Minister of State in the UAE Government. Before this, he was the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Cultural Adviser at the UAE Presidential Court.
Malik Talib (Secretary), a Canadian entrepreneur and tax lawyer, is the current President of the Ismaili Council for Canada and serves on the National Committee of Aga Khan Foundation Canada, a non-denominational Canadian international development agency.
The Honourable Hilary M. Weston served as the 26th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1997 to 2002. She has also served as Chair of the Renaissance ROM Campaign, Trustee of the AGO, and Founding Patron and Chair of Prince’s Charities Canada. She is currently a Director of Selfridges Luxury Group International and a Member of the Sotheby’s International Council.
Raj Kothari is Vice Chair of PwC Canada and has served in various senior management positions at PwC including Managing Partner, Greater Toronto. He is very active in the community and currently serves as Chair of the Board, Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation. He is also on the board of Soulpepper Theatre and Ontario Arts Foundation. Previously he served as Chair of the Board of Governors of Stratford Festival Endowment Foundation, Canada and President of the Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Luis Monreal, the General Manager of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), was previously the Secretary-General of the International Council of Museums at ICOM and Director of the Getty Conservation Institute.
Amin Lalji is CEO of the Larco Group of Companies, and has previously served as Chairman of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada National Committee.
Henry Kim was educated at Harvard and Oxford Universities. Henry is an ancient historian and classical archaeologist by training. Henry joined the Aga Khan Museum in 2012 from the University of Oxford where he taught, curated collections, managed capital projects at the Ashmolean Museum, and led the development of the University Engagement Programme.
Moyez Jadavji has 25 years of experience in operations. Moyez has held key leadership positions in institutions that range from public institutions (Cancer Care Ontario and five hospitals) to private organizations (Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi). Moyez also held appointed positions on various Boards and Social development organizations including the New Canadians’ Centre of Excellence; Pinecrest-Queensway Health and Community Services; United Way; Cancer Prevention Network – Southern Ontario; and Ismaili Council for Ontario.
Refat Jiwani has over 35 years of corporate business experience having worked in the United Kingdom, North America and Central Asia. Refat has held various senior leadership roles in Canada, including CFO of a large publicly traded financial services company and CEO of a private niche information technology company. Refat also has over 10 years of experience in the charitable sector. Refat is a Board member of Imagine Canada and COSTI.
David White provides leadership over all fundraising activities for the Museum. David joined the Museum after 10 years as Assistant Dean, Advancement and Alumni Relations at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto. Prior to joining the University of Toronto, David was the Senior Director, Campaign & Foundation Operations at the Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation and the Director of Research and Operations at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Dr. Ulrike Al-Khamis has over 20 years of experience as a curator and senior advisor for museum and cultural projects, working with institutions including the National Museums of Scotland and Glasgow. More recently Ulrike served as Co-Director at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization as well as Senior Strategic Advisor to the Sharjah Museums Department in the United Arab Emirates.
Kelly Frances is a leader in brand and business development. She brings over 20 years of marketing experience across diverse sectors and organizations, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Republic of Armenia, and the Global Centre for Pluralism, among others. Prior to joining the Museum, she held key leadership positions at a technology start-up and at one of Canada’s leading integrated advertising agencies.
“We at the Aga Khan Museum are deeply saddened about the passing of Peter George. Peter was a notable Canadian educator and economist, a Member of the Order of Canada, and a key figure in the Aga Khan Museum’s leadership team.
Peter was a driving force in the development of the Aga Khan Museum long before we opened. In May of 2012, he was elected as a Founding Director of the Board of Directors, and maintained the position until his death in April of 2017. From 2014 to 2016, Peter was also Chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee of the Museum.
Throughout his five-decade career, including an unprecedented 15 years as President of McMaster University, Peter influenced a generation of students and researchers to be informed, engaged global citizens. It was an honour and a privilege to have Peter share his expertise and enthusiasm with the Aga Khan Museum. His humour and incisive perspectives will be sorely missed.”
— Henry S. Kim, Director and CEO, Aga Khan Museum