Saba leads regulatory policy and advocacy in Africa. This includes interactions with key global stakeholders and regional organizations involved in regulatory harmonization and regulatory system strengthening.

Before joining IFPMA, Saba worked as a Senior Scientific Evaluator for Health Canada, conducting various hazard/toxicological and exposure chemical risk assessments, which mainly focused on nanomaterials and chemicals found in personal care products, cosmetics, drugs, natural health products, pesticides, food additives, and food contact materials.

Saba holds a master’s degree in Public Health from Queen’s University, and a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Ottawa.