Saalimah is a graduate of the Educational Administration (M.Ed.) program at the University of Saskatchewan. As a graduate student, she worked as a research assistant and was involved in compiling policies for developing Prince Edward Island’s School Law Guide and facilitating research publications related to educational administration theories and practices. She worked as a Computer Literacy Instructor for adults at the Saskatoon Open Door Society (SODS). In this capacity, she taught computer skills to diverse groups of newcomers to Canada. Saalimah is currently working at the GMCTL as the Administrative Coordinator. She is providing project support to the Director for Teaching, Learning and Academic Resources Committee of Council's (TLARC) projects. She is also involved in Indigenous Voice programming support and assists with the administration of the implementation of awards issued through the Gwenna Moss Centre’s reward and recognition of teaching program. Saalimah serves as the first-point-of-contact support for the Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies (GPS) courses. She also oversees day to day functions of the office including human resource processes.