Saalimah is a graduate of the Educational Administration (M.Ed.) program at the University of Saskatchewan. The focus of her capstone course was a comparative study that examined gender inequality in the Canadian and Pakistani curriculum. As a research assistant, Saalimah 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.
Saalimah worked as an Adult Literacy Instructor at the Saskatoon Open Door Society (SODS). At the Gwenna Moss Centre, her primary role is to provide project coordination support for the teaching, learning, and academic resources committee of Council's (TLARC) working groups. She also serves as the secretary of TLARC.
As a newcomer to this land and a descendant of people whose land was once colonized, I pay my respect to the First Nations and Metis ancestors of this place and recognize that I live on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Metis.