Our Team

Siddiqa Saeed Malik

Chairperson

Siddiqa Malik is a graduate of the College of Home and Social Sciences, Lahore. Her first venture in public life was as an entrepreneur starting in early seven ties and continuing over next fifteen years. She successfully launched Pakistani couture to the US market gaining experience in retail marketing. She added to her activities, pro-active participation in charities, philanthropic activities and became a dynamic member of non-government and private voluntary organizations. She has over thirty years of experience in all these fields.

In the early eighties, she was an active member of APWA management committee in Islamabad.

From 1986to 1989, she served as President of the United Nations Women’s Guild (UNWG) in Rome, Italy. In the nineties she helped organize functions in Sri Lanka introducing Pakistan’s crafts and designers and in Bangladesh introduced Pakistan’s “sufi music” by arranging shows of Abida Parveen. More recently, Siddiqa Malik has played an active role in organizing support for the 2005Earthquake victims who were provided shelter in the H-11 camp in Islamabad. She introduced the Institute of Development Studies and Practices (IDSP) to theH-11 Camp to motivate and promote self-reliance among the earthquake victims. She has served as Chairperson of Pakistan Chapter of Concern for Mental Health, a UK based NGO.

Ms.Siddiqa Malik was elected Chairperson of Indus Heritage Trust in 2011 and continues to hold that position to this day by being unanimously re-elected through successive elections. This is an honorary post that she is serving as a volunteer. As Chairperson of IHT, Siddiqa is leading and guiding successful implementation of Japanese Social Development Fund supported Project RANG in collaboration with the World Bank and other project.

Ms. Siddiqa Malik has been awarded a shield of recognition for her support of the 2005 earthquake victims, by the Government of Pakistan.

Mehreen Aslam

Program Manager

Mehreen’s passion and heart is evident in the fieldwork of program implementation and operational tasks. Working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders and donors she creates and implements effective operational frameworks and processes that help make the program run smoothly while building the rural women’s confidence. Her responsibilities also include project management, planning, execution, coordination, evaluation and inspection.

She has vast experience in development sector. 

Hafsa Rashid

Sr. Program Officer

Hafsa has an experience of 7 years in social and development sector. Being on responsible positions she has been engaged in managing the training projects at IHT and supervising operations in field areas. She is also part of business development department for development of projects and programs. Currently she is handling the social media and marketing. 

Naveed Ahmed (Production Coordinator)

Raabia Waheed (Assistant Designer)

Inventory Control Officer