The last couple of decades have seen a marked shift within the Pakistani community with the children of the earliest migrants now occupying important positions within the professions. There are no professions that one can think where Pakistanis have not become involved. Yet the growth in the number of Pakistani professionals is a very recent phenomenon.
Syeda Fizza Bibi Shah is a prime example of just how far our community can go in a short time given the determination to succeed. She has a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology and a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology awarded from Buckinghamshire New University. She is a Positive Psychology Practitioner and Director of Positive Wellbeing Association.
Her career started with banking and then progressed to working with special needs children to voluntary college teacher for Psychology. Her journey of change has been an inner passion to pursue Positive Wellbeing for all with the initiation of the Positive Wellbeing Association. Positive Psychology has inspired her to look at positive interventions that ignite better wellbeing and change the way society deals with clinical issues in a more positive adaptive manner.
Syeda Fizza Bibi Shah is a Researcher for Positive Wellbeing Association and Pakistan Consultancy Association. Her current project research paper on student wellbeing has been published at the University East of London Learning and Teaching Symposium 2020.
At present she is an elected body member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). She also recieved Appreciation Award 2021-2022 from PTI. She is also a writer for The Positive Psychology People Website with a number of articles on how to cultivate a Positive mindset.
She has also written many policy making ideas on the Labour Forum platform. With the focus on Martin Seligman (Seligman, 2011) founding father of positive psychology with the goal of increasing worldwide Wellbeing by 51% by 2051 she starts her humble journey towards a positive mindset "Positive Wellbeing for all".
Her credentials are as follows: