Mita Das’ community service spans a broad range of interest, from music and the arts to human rights, empowerment of women, and the crafting of civil society.
Educated in India and Canada, Mita has spent much of her professional career in accounting and finance, most recently with the Government of Alberta.
Mita has served as President of the Edmonton Raga-Mala Music Society, which for three decades has been bringing the classical music and dance of India to Alberta audiences.
As a leader of Daughters Day, she has actively promoted human rights for all girls and women, everywhere.
At Canadians for a Civil Society, Mita has led the organization’s development and growth from an informal gathering of friends to an influential and effective citizens’ organization, that convenes progressive citizens to advance the Common Good.