Dr. Shama Dossa is a learning and evaluation practitioner/academic based in Pakistan. She holds a PhD in Adult Learning and Community Development from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), at University of Toronto and specializes in qualitative research, particularly feminist, decolonizing, participatory and arts informed approaches. Shama has previously held several leadership positions including Director for Evaluation, Research and Learning at, Aga Khan Foundation Afghanistan; Associate Professor, Program Director in Social Development & Policy, as well as Assistant Dean at the School for Humanities and Social Sciences at Habib University in Karachi. She has worked with national women’s movements in Pakistan as well as at the Asia Pacific Region with ARROW (Asia Pacific Resource and Research Center). She identifies as a Muslim Woman of Colour and a Transnational Feminist, and currently serves as Chair of the Board for Shirkat Gah Women’s Resource Center one of the oldest national feminist organizations in Pakistan. She has just completed a longitudinal feminist digital ethnography titled FACT (Families and Communities in Times of COVID19) as part of a ten-country collaboration with University College London. Her most recent publication is on New Feminisms in Pakistan with a specific focus on the Aurat March which will be published in 2022 in the Routledge Handbook of Gender in South Asia.