Mississauga — Erin Mills
Hani graduated with a Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science degree BSc. and a Master’s degree in Business Administration MBA.
He and his wife Claire chose Mississauga as home to raise their children Daniel, Marina, and Angelina, to be close to their church where Hani is spokesperson for the Coptic Orthodox Community and as co-founding member of Minority Groups United, which services various communities in Mississauga.
Owner of two successful pharmacies, assessor for the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada, co-founder of the Association of Independent Pharmacists of Ontario, Hani understands business and people. He is a licensed pharmacist, one of the most trusted professions, where Hani cheerfully says that pharmacists are the last protector of people’s health.
Hani has a deep-rooted commitment to the community and has contributed much in his public service life advocating for human rights and ensuring religious freedoms are protected in Mississauga and the rest of Canada.