Salima Moosa

Salima Moosa

Salima Moosa


Salima is a member of MNP’s Digital Services team in Toronto. She leads the firm’s national practice in Intelligent Applications and Cloud Solutions, implementing modern digital solutions for clients across Canada. Salima brings two-and-a-half decades of technology consulting experience, successfully solving complex technology and business transformation challenges. 

A thoughtful and resilient leader who thrives under pressure, Salima supports her teams and clients with a collaborative, innovative approach ensuring alignment, a shared vision, and common goals. 

Prior to joining MNP, Salima served as vice president services delivery and project management office at a full-service applied data company, leading a team of technology consultants across Canada delivering innovative and impactful solutions. 

Salima earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of Western Ontario and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from York University’s Schulich School of Business. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). 

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