2nd Ex-Com


Rabia Khalid
PNEC NUST – Karachi Section
BE Electronics – Final Year
Consultant IEEE PNEC Student Branch
Student Representative South Asia GOLD Committee

Over the span of two years, teams of Pakistan WIE Forum have been struggling very hard to achieve the mission with which it was created. i’ve been very lucky enough to be chosen in the Pakistan WIE Forum adhoc committee and play my role in laying a strong foundation for it. My journey with IEEE Pakistan WIE Forum has been very successful and has helped me discover my abilities and strengths. As the chief newsletter editor of the Pakistan i have established strong links with almost all the WIE AGs across Pakistan. Now as i take over as the Chairperson, the responsibilities on my shoulder increase and indeed i have big shoes to fill in. I shall do my level best to carry on the Projects initiated by the last executive committee and would strive hard to match the standards set by the previous excom.


Aiman Rashid

MS Computer Systems Engineering – First Year

UET Peshawar – Peshawar Subsection

Being a part of the IEEE Pakistan Women In Engineering Forum is certainly an honor. I belong to a region where women are suppressed from being involved in an area of Engineering and Technology as, they consider it a male dominated society. So, it’s my wish to edify and guide the women down here and all over my dear country to indulge in this area. And as its WIE providing me the platform, it’s prodigious being a part of it.

General Secretary

 Rumshaa Yunus

Electrical Engineering – Second Year

Bahria University Islamabad – Islamabad Section

It is a indeed great honor and immense pleasure for me to be a member of such a prestigious organization that is working day and night in bringing a better future for women. It is a great experience and one gets to interact with so many people and see what the outer world really is like and a grand opportunity to explore your inner self.


 Mehak Ikhlaq

BS Electrical Engineering – Third Year

FAST NUCES Islamabad – Islamabad Section

My affiliation with IEEE WIE (Women In Engineering) goes back to over two years. I have had themost extraordinary experience to not only participate in conferences under WIE but also prodigiously host seminars and workshops under the WIE banner. Being a part of the WIE Forum has been promising and fruitful. Having interacted with the esteemed chairpersons, vice chairs and general secretaries etc., I have learned the imperative significance of a well knitted network.

Pakistan Mission To Progress Project Lead

Anum Javed

Master in Electrical Engineering – UET Lahore

Lecturer – University of Lahore

I have been working as the Women In Engineering Pakistan mission to progress Lead since last year. The IEEE Pakistan Women Engineering Forum is working to provide a platform for women of Pakistan where they can know their real strengths and then develop them to use it for the betterment of the society. PWF’s project PMP is just a reflection of this idea. Being a lead of this project, my vision is to use the available resources and strengthen the woman which is the essential part of the growth of our society.

Editor and Newsletter Incharge

Farah Saleem

Telecommunication Engineering – Third Year

NED University of Engineering and Technology – Karachi Section

IEEE offers you a wide range of opportunities no matter you are an undergraduate or graduate student. I myself was initially attracted to the series of opportunities for engineering students specially females. IEEE Pakistan Women In Engineering Forum certainly seems to be the perfect platform for females where females all over the country can interact and establish strong networking links and work together on various national projects.

Web Administrator

Sidra Farooq

BE Computer System Engineering – Final Year

UET Peshawar – Peshawar Subsection

IEEE Women In Engineering is indeed an inspiration for all the females that are a part of the engineering world. I joined the network of IEEE Pakistan Women In Engineering Forum so that I can contribute to it in my capacity and do my level best in bringing in more females to this network so that, like myself, they too can discover what they are capable of and get acknowledged for what they can do.

Graphics Designer

 Mehwish Iqbal

BE Electrical Engineering (Telecom) – Fourth Year

APCOMS Rawalpindi

This is my first experience in an Engineering society. IEEE Pakistan Wie Forum is involved in a good deed to motivate and to Provide a platform for females to discover more and to broaden their views. Im really honoured to be a part of this prestigious society, which no doubt always strive for more-than-excellent work.

She In Technology Project Lead

 Ammara Ghani

BE Electrical Engineering

UET Peshawar – Islamabad Section

I am currently working in NPCC Isb as Asst. Director. The IEEE Pakistan WIE Forum is a network that offers you a lot of opportunities to flourish your ideas and implement them the way you want to.I have been working wid PWF since Oct, 2011.Currently I am leading a project called SIT(She In Technology) which aims to build a network connecting female professionals and students in the field of engineering and technology.

Event Management and Planning Head

Javaria Habib

BS Electrical Engineering – Third Year

UET Lahore – Lahore Section

I have been a member of various engineering societies but I have always felt a need of a platform which is being governed by women engineers and where the female section gets a hundred percent chance of proving their skills to the society. Pakistan Women in Engineering Forum is one such network. Being a part of this forum is a great experience for me. Here I am doing my best to make the WIE affinity groups more involved in certain activities which will make them learn certain aspects of management and pressure handling.

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