A clinical & consulting psychologist, Dr. Abdulrehman applies his skills of creating sustainable change to leadership & diversity equity & inclusion. His broad & international portfolio of clients includes Google/Youtube, Mastercard Foundation, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and he was a member of the Conference Board of Canada.
He hosts a podcast on the difficult conversations of racism, called Different People. Dr. Abdulrehman’s work has been recognized by the Society of Consulting Psychology for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Consulting. A TEDx speaker on “Resolving Unconscious Bias” and the founder of tesbias.com and livingwithracism.com, he believes insight of our biases can be the beginning of a resolution to systemic racism.
He is an assistant professor with the department of clinical health psychology at the University of Manitoba and has held three visiting professor positions at Zanzibar University, the State University of Zanzibar and the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, due to development work in Tanzania. He is also the author of a new book in press titled, Developing Anti-Racist Cultural Competence, due out in early 2024.