Humera Khan is a freelance consultant and researcher on Muslim Affairs. She has a background in Equal Opportunities and is currently focusing her work on improving policies for services for the Muslim community. Humera is one of the founder members and trustees of An-Nisa Society.
Her other activities include involvement in the Home Office Community Cohesion Review Team set up following the 2005 riots in the North of England. Interfaith works include being a member of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Christian Muslim Forum and facilitator of a Jewish-Muslim text-based dialogue group with An-Nisa Society and the Leo Baeck College. Since 2012 Humera has been working on the Peace by Piece project, a Jewish-Muslim initiative with young people aged 13-14 with the West London Synagogue.