Who is Who

Who is Who section of this website is dedicated to highlight those Pakistani individuals who have become celebrated in their respective fields and made successes of them across the globe. If you think you meet the qualities to be a Pride of Pakistan or you know someone who does, you are welcome to submit the profile online or email the profile at info@prideofpakistan.com with photo in jpeg or gif format and 600x350 pixels in size. Please remember, you need to Register/login to submit the profile online.

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Naazish Ata-Ullah

Born in Australia in 1950, Naazish Ata-Ullah is the Associate Professor and Head of Printmaking in the Department of Fine Art, National College of Art

Dr. Munawar Sultana

Dr. Munawar Sultana Mirza graduated (BA) and then earned her (MA) Education from Punjab University, Lahore. She then did her Post Doctorate in Educati

Dr. Asif Khan

The growing band of professionals among Britain's Pakistani community should ensure that the following generations have sound examples to follow in th

Zahida Kazmi

Zahida Kazmi has been hailed as Pakistan's first female taxi driver. She has driven from the crowded markets of Islamabad to the remote tribal country

Ahmed Ali

Born in Delhi in 1910, Ahmed Ali was educated at Aligarh and Lucknow universities, standing first class and first in the order of merit in both BA (Ho

Osama Saeed

Osama Saeed is a global communicator and public relations professional. Currently, he is Head of International and Media Relations at Al Jazeera, one

Dr. Salimuzzaman Siddiqui

Prof. Dr. Salimuzzaman Siddiqui was born on 19 October 1897 to Sheikh Muhammad Zaman. After receiving his early education from Lucknow, he went on to

Inayatullah Khan Mashriqi

Inayatullah Khan Mashriqi (Allama Mashriqi) was born on 25 August 1888. He had a passion for mathematics from his childhood. He completed his master's

lkram Khan

One feature of the lives of Pakistanis in Britain is the way they have been able to recognize developing fields, new businesses, and bright ideas and

Asma Jilani Jahangir

Asma Jilani Jahangir, who was born into a prosperous and politically active family with a history of activism and human rights work, is a leading Paki

Fazal Ilahi Bukhsh

The importance of education within the Pakistani community is vital and the earliest migrants always emphasized how important it was to gain qualifica

Ali Mirza

Currently the Director of the Minority Business Enterprise Program of Nassau Countys' Minority Affairs Agency, Ali Mirza has come a long way from his