Eleanor Mohammed is a registered professional planner with over 17 years of public-, private- and not-for-profit-sector experience, having worked for local and provincial governments, the consulting industry, and international associations/networks. She is the founder/principal of Strategic and Resilient Together Ltd., an urban planning, business and governance consultancy. Between 2015 and 2021, Eleanor was director of Planning and Engineering, then general manager of Integrated Growth and Infrastructure, and later the deputy chief administrative officer for the City of Beaumont, Alberta. Eleanor is currently the president of the Commonwealth Association of Planners (since 2020), co-chair of the United Nations Habitat Professionals Forum (since 2020), and representative member of the Global Planners Network (since 2016). With the recent completion of her final term, Eleanor has the distinguished honour of the being the longest-serving president of the Canadian Institute of Planners (2016–2020). She has also served as the president of the Alberta Professional Planners Institute (2013–2015) and was a member of the outreach working group of the United Nations Planners for Climate Action (2018–2019). Eleanor is an Edify Magazine #Top40YEG award recipient and a passionate professional who regularly speaks and presents at international events, including the 2020 United Nations Habitat World Urban Forum 10 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Eleanor Mohammed holds a Master of Arts with Distinction in Town and Country Planning from the University of the West of England, and an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto with a specialization in Environmental Management.