APCOM’s AIDS2020 Pre-Conference Speaker
Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life, but by the obstacles which one had to overcome while trying to succeed. I was blessed to accomplish my latest qualification by getting admission in one of the prestigious and well renowned University and enrolled in MBA with specialization in Banking & Finance that inculcated positive efforts, confidence and strengths which directed me towards the goals successfully.
The journey and struggle of my professional career is continuous. My professional career started by working in the same University, from where I completed my post-graduation.
I switched my career from academia to social sector by getting an opportunity to join Naz Male Health Alliance a community lead organization in 2014. This change in career helped me to understand myself and healed me from inside. This self-realization helped me to contribute my services in a better way for the queer community.
I feel humbled and blessed that my passion to work with community has given me a new path after joining Dareecha Male Health Society as a Project Director. Dareecha is a community lead organization working on MSM and Transgender community since 2012 in Rawalpindi.
“Once you agree upon the price you and your family must pay for success, it enables you to overcome the challenges and pressure both internal and external.” These words really support me at the time I upgraded my passion towards more hardships and challenges as a Project Director which indeed turned me into a new better person, as I had a crucial task to support and mould my community towards betterment.
I believe that, the foundation stones for a balanced success are honesty, character, integrity, faith, love and loyalty. The acceleration of my passion for my community as a Project Director of Dareecha is an on growing and expanding process which is inculcating new enthusiasm, dedication and devotion to my life which is a reason for restless hard work for the positive changes into my community’s life and keep on recovering them from their isolated and critical circumstances.