Mehreen Kasana is a cultural politics enthusiast. She has a strong liking for sociology, genocide studies, history, philosophy and political science. She was raised in Virginia, USA.
She is a controversial Twitter personality with a strong stand against chauvinism. If you can stand by strong opinion, you should follow Bhaichod.
Huma Imtiaz is amongst other famous Pakistani females, who is currently working with Express News and Express Tribune. She is based in Washington, D.C. She worked for Geo News before moving to U.S as correspondent with Express media. She has received global appreciation for her brilliance with sarcasm. She has been published in The New York Times.
Saba, now working as a freelance journalist, worked with The Express Tribune and The News. She is currently writing a book about conflict in Karachi.
Kalsoon Lakhani is probably one of the earliest Pakistani female entrepreneurs in Pakistan. She is founder and CEO of Invest2Innovate, managing editor at ThinkChange Pakistan, and she is founder and editor at Changing Up Pakistan (CHUP).
Rabia Garib is editor-in-chief at CIO Pakistan. She became Eisenhower Fellow in 2007. She also runs a major role at Toffeetv.com
Marvi Sirmid has been on forefronts of minor communities struggle to get equal civic rights in Pakistan. Marvi dreams a secular Pakistan and often faces tough criticism from the traditionalists.
Madiha Sattar is a Pakistani female journalist who writes editorials at Dawn. She has also appeared in several international publications. Madiha studied history and literature at Harvard University.
Rumaisa Mohani is a Pakistani female who works to promote peace and education. She is founder of E-Aid. She was announced the best female entrepreneur in 2012 by GISTinitiative.