Fatima Jiwani is a Harmony Scholar at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David's International Federation for Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue (IFIFICD) and a candidate of professional doctorate in interfaith studies. She has authored and presented papers at several international conferences on education and interfaith education. Fatima is also a participant of 'Dialogue Perspectives; Discussion Religions and Worldviews’, a programme of the Leo Baeck Foundation, funded by the German federal foreign office which works towards developing innovative forms of interfaith/worldview dialogue. As a faith educator, she has worked with the Shia Ismaili Muslim community in India for a decade, teaching religious education primarily to young adults of the community. She has also travelled around the country facilitating seminars and workshops for community leaders as well as older members of the community. In a voluntary capacity, she has worked on youth development with various Ismaili community institutions for years. She is also the founder of 'Kashf – The Search' an institution dedicated to providing life skill education in India. Fatima has obtained a master's degree in teaching and master of arts from University College London (UCL) and a master's degree in Economics from the University of Mumbai (India).