I hold a degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the National Defence University in Pakistan. My professional background encompasses a diverse range of roles, including social work, research, and writing. Presently, I have the honor of serving as the Federal Minister for Human Rights and Gender Issues within the National Youth Assembly of Pakistan. Simultaneously, I hold the position of Junior Officer in the International Project Management Department at the OIC Youth Network (ICYF).


Throughout my career, I have been deeply involved in projects aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These initiatives have focused on critical issues such as Zero Hunger, environmental conservation through the Go Green Youth program, promotion of education, and prevention of drug addiction and sexual assaults.


A notable highlight was my representation of Pakistan at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) conference held in Dubai. I have also been a dedicated country delegate at ICYF (OIC-Youth Forum), participating in an international program focusing on humanitarianism and climate change in Antalya, Turkey.

Moreover, I contributed to the "Youth Dialogue on Adaptation Action - Delivering Glasgow Climate Pact" in Rotterdam, Netherlands.


Furthermore, I gained valuable experience during my internship at PTV-NEWS. These diverse experiences have ignited my enthusiasm and deepened my passion for serving humanity's greater good. My ultimate goal is to inspire and mentor the next generation of students, social activists, young innovators, and civil servants through mentoring and outreach activities.