Siddiqa Saeed Malik
Siddiqa Malik is a graduate of the College of Home and Social Sciences in Lahore. She is a natural entrepreneur at heart! She was a member of the APWA (All Pakistan’s Women Association) management committee in Islamabad. She served as President of the United Nations Women’s Guild (UNWG) in Rome, Italy. She also introduced Pakistani crafts to Sri Lanka and played a vital role in the 2005 Earthquake recovery.
In 2011, Siddiqa was elected as Chairperson for Indus Heritage Trust and continues to hold that position. This is an honorary post that she is serving as a volunteer. Siddiqa is leading and guiding the successful implementation of several development and social enterprise projects.
Mehreen has a passion for program implementation and operations. She has worked with multiple stakeholders and donors and has developed the skills to create and implement effective operational frameworks and processes that enable the program to run smoothly. She uplifts the confidence of the rural women we work with. Mehreen has several talents which include project management, planning, execution, coordination and evaluation of projects.
Senior Program Officer
Hafsa has seven years of experience in the social and development sector and is currently handling the social media and marketing for Indus Heritage Trust. She has been in charge of managing the training projects at IHT and has also supervised several operations in the field areas. Hafsa is also a member of the business development department for the development of projects and programs.
Naveed completed his BS Economics degree from Islamia University in Peshawar in 2015. He has diverse experience in production and management and has been working on fabric sourcing, order management, event management and production for IHT
In 2018, Farwa completed her BS degree in textile designing from Iqra University in Islamabad. She began her career in the same year as a textile designer at Mohtaram and now has experience in both the technical and design aspects of a project. She developed “print pattern” and is adept with digital platforms such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw and Excel. Farwa uses her talent to create innovative and unique designs which have the power to enrich the overall look of any product. We are lucky to have her on our team.
Raabia completed her bachelors degree in textile designing from Iqra University in Islamabad. Her areas of expertise include surface embellishment, print design and weaving. She has been working at IHT as a Junior Designer for one year now and has experience working in design development, sampling prototypes and working with our artisans. Raabia has a unique artistic ability which can be described as a refreshing mix of eastern and western cultures.