Nadine Karachi-Estrada is an activist dedicated to building international connections and fundraising for foundations dedicated to education, women’s rights, and contemporary arts in Mexico and abroad. She holds a BA Majoring in Sociology with a Minor in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Toronto. Nadine was born and raised in Niagara Falls, Canada, where she formed part of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women and founded Camp Deen, a camp for Muslim children in Canada. Since moving to Mexico City in 1996, she has served as a board member of MEXFAM (Planned Parenthood in Mexico) and Patrons of Contemporary Art in Mexico. In 2016, she was appointed the Honorary Consul for Bosnia and Herzegovina in Mexico by Former Member of the Presidency of BiH, Bakir Izetbegovic. She has organized fundraising programs for numerous foundations in Mexico, including projects designed to preserve museums, schools, and indigenous agricultural practices. Overall, her years of volunteer efforts have helped various NGOs in Mexico raise close to one million dollars.