Pakistan's youth is overflowing with ability and a thirst to substantiate themselves but then, a great deal of that ability rusts away in the shadows, kept down by generalizations and decades-old perspectives. In any case, occasionally, there is that one pearl that sparkles too splendid and gets through.
Meet Sheikh Wajeeha Zamir, an independent business person who battled the social disgrace around working ladies in the area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to wind up the territory's first female wedding organizer. Not just that, she is likewise a social activist, a coach, an educator, and holds a MBA, to name a few of her accreditations.
Wajeeha experienced childhood in a general public that was not for young ladies partaking in social exercises. Her advantage was in outlining, drawing and expressions, and she needed to be a wedding organizer.
Despite the fact that she needed to concentrate Fine Arts, her parents needed her to seek after Mathematics. Her siblings were gold medalists in their own particular fields so she was thought as 'the stupid one' in the family. She wound up getting a Bachelors in Mathematics yet couldn't control her interest with expressions.
Presently, Wajeeha works as a Wedding event organizer and is likewise a facilitator at DOST Foundation, a non-benefit organization and is working on a project titled 'Take a Child to School' by the British Council.
Individuals like Wajeeha are the ones that test generalizations and seek after their energy. They are the ones that push individuals forward and drive them to change their state of mind.
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