In 2016, Canadian entrepreneur Shoaib Khan saw the need for a bold and innovative charitable initiative, one that would lift up communities in developing nations by advancing human rights and social justice, while promoting empowerment by teaching skills and marshaling critically needed resources.
“We are united in this endeavor to etch a positive mark on the fabric of humanity,” he announced at Humaniti’s birth. “Together, we will continue to strive for a world brimming with hope, love and boundless possibilities.”
Humaniti’s strength is based on more than idealism. Love and hopefulness are at the core of Humaniti’s mission, but it is the pairing of this optimistic idealism with a keen understanding of business and operational efficiencies that has allowed the organization to help so many individuals and families worldwide.
This business acumen is based on Shoaib Khan’s decades of experience. In Canada and across North America, he has led projects in partnership with such major brands as Google, AOL, Dell, WB, Nestle, Unilever, Pepsi, Oxford Properties, Lennar, W Hotels, Tridel, Honda, General Motors, Audi, Bayer, Johnson & Johnson, Aeroplan, RBC, BMO, Ericsson, BlackBerry and Sprint. For M Worldwide Inc. he has personally managed a billion dollars in investments and ventures that range from real estate and marketing to media, technology, consumer goods and social enterprises.
As founder and CEO of Toronto-based Clearoute, he provides customized consulting services to high-growth companies and their leadership teams, such as performance marketing, branding, sales, finance and technology.
In business and philanthropy alike, he takes a panoramic view of the mission, while also focusing on the key details of operations, including design, project management, business development, revenue management and customer service.
Shoaib Khan leads organizations to greater achievement by generating new ideas, providing strategic vision and inspiring others with his example. He believes in making a transformative difference in the world around him, from families struggling in his own community to overseas populations in distress.