Amtul Siddiqui, BSc

Commission Vice-chair, Anti-Racism Committee Chair
Calgary Police Commission

Commission Vice-chair Amtul Siddiqui has been a strong advocate for diversity, social connections and key partnerships in the not-for-profit world and in communities she has lived in for the past 20 years.

She has championed causes close to her heart through positions as the Senior Development Officer for the Calgary Health Foundation, Senior Manager of Advancement at Vivo and Associate Director of Corporate Giving with the Canadian Red Cross, where she was the national fundraising lead for the 2016 Alberta fires and the 2013 Alberta Floods.

Currently, she works as an Executive Director at the Bethany Care Foundation where she helps create communities of care and supports the transformation of Albertans aging well.

After earning a Bachelor of Science in accounting, she interned at the Department of Treasury in Washington, D.C. before moving to Canada to work, raise a family, and advocate for underserved individuals in the community.

Vice-chair Siddiqui’s volunteer roles have included CIBC Run for the Cure, RCMP multicultural committee, Panorama Heights school, Vivo board of directors, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Vice-chair Siddiqui has been a member of the Commission since November 2019.