Rubina Halwani is an Inclusive Design Consultant and Public Speaker. Rubina serves as industry leader in Learning and Development. Her professional career spans over 20 years with experience in multiple sectors: K-12 and higher education, entertainment, corporate, non-profit, and government.
Rubina primarily works for the Utah Department of Health and Human Services as an Instructional Designer within the Office of Substance Use and Mental Health. Her training and education programs received awards and recognition for promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility.
Mrs. Halwani speaks to learning and development professionals and contributes regularly to The Training, Learning, and Development Community (TLDC), Learning DevCamp, and leads the eLearning Collaboration Committee (an employee resource group, ERG) for the State of Utah.
Rubina identifies as an American Muslim of Indo-Pakistani heritage. Rubina is active in her community, promoting plurality, inclusive policies, and interfaith. She currently serves on the board for Muslim Americans in Public Service MAPS National and Al-Maida Muslim Youth Group in SLC, Utah.
Rubina has a B.A. degree in English Education from the University of Maryland and a Master’s degree in Educational Policy and Leadership Studies from the University of Iowa.