Sara Saber-Freedman is the Executive Vice President of CIJA, Canada’s national Jewish advocacy organization.
Sara has extensive experience in the areas of community advocacy and public policy and administration, having worked as a senior manager for the Montreal Regional Health Authority, and as the lead community advocate for English-language health access in Quebec. She was for several years the Executive Director of the Missisquoi Institute, which carried out research on Quebec’s English-speaking communities.
An active community volunteer, Sara has served on the Boards of Directors of Centraide du Grand Montréal, the United Way of Canada, and the Institut du Nouveau Monde. She is Past-President of Congregation Dorshei Emet and Vice-President of MAB-Mackay, a public rehabilitation center for people with visual and communication disabilities.