A social activist, avid researcher and aspiring lawyer fighting for the basic rights of the common citizens. In past, five years, she has not only counselled 8000+ students on personal development opportunities but also educated around 1000 kids on protection against harassment. Her core work is centered around poverty alleviation where she has taken remarkable initiatives in her community like the distribution of ration in 3000 households during the first wave of COVID’19. She also led a volunteer team under which they arranged and distributed 300 PPE suits among local doctors in Layyah. She founded a platform named KhudKaar under which 0.5 Million PKR has been disbursed among 20 girls which are enabling them to continue their education. KhudKaar also hosts 20 women artisans who learnt stitching to support their households. Apart from this, KhudKaar has a physical community center, a digital lab and a library through which roughly 50 young kids have built their careers through self-paced learning via digital courses provided by the center. She co-organized the biggest literary event in the history of Layyah named LitTechLayyah to showcase local artists, culture and performances. Her dream of Layyah 2.0 is to uplift Layyah out of poverty by 2030 and transform Layyah as the Creative Capital of the South! Her work has been actively covered by local and international media. Her hobbies include bike riding, politics and women rights.