Dr. Mamadou Ka is a political scientist and Adjunct Professor at the Université de Saint-Boniface. He is also a Public speaker and consultant in the field of diversity management and education. Mamadou holds a Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership and Diversity Management from Simon Fraser University. He also holds a Law degree from the Université de Caen (France), as well as a BA and a MA in Political Science from the University of Manitoba. Mamadou has completed his PhD Coursework in Political Science at Université Laval in Quebec City. He is a political analyst with Radio Canada Manitoba.
Dr. Ka is very involved in the community; he has been the President of the Francophone of Manitoba, (SFM), President of the Francophone immigrants of Manitoba, Chair of the Manitoba Ethnocultural Advisory and Advocacy Council (MEAAC), Vice-Chair of Alliance française du Manitoba and St. Boniface Hospital Board member. Dr. Ka is presently commissioner with the Manitoba Police Commission, Reseau Compassion Network Board member and Association des juristes francophones du Manitoba Board Member. He is a recipient of The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.