Momal Mushtaq is a web syndication manager by day and a passionate women’s rights activist by night. Her work in digital marketing, with focus on youth and gender equality, has been recognized by global awards, including a first place award from the United Nations for work with women.


Having seen the effects of violence on a first-hand basis and messages of hate it can bring to youth, Momal founded The Voice of Youth, an award-winning youth network spread across 151 countries of the world. She founded The Freedom Traveller to connect and empower female travellers, especially from the countries where freedom of movement for women is restricted.


Currently, she is supporting the SAP Global Marketing Localization team with digital marketing and project management services for localization and optimization of global master content on local websites. Previously, she co-organized an annual startup event for starting entrepreneurship in Kotka, Finland.


Momal holds a master’s degree in International Management & Information Systems from South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences and bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from National University of Sciences and Technology. She has been a scholar at Watson University, a fellow for Startingbloc Institute, participated in the Cambridge Venture Camp, a youth venturer for Ashoka, Peace Fellow at The DO School and a part of The Global Entrepreneurship Summer School in Germany of various other things.


Momal enjoys learning new things, meeting new people and documenting her life through photographs or words.