- Dr. Zareen Roohi Ahmed, a British-Pakistani, has made history by becoming the first person of Pakistani origin to be appointed as an advisor to King Charles in the royal household.
- Her appointment signifies King Charles’ commitment to inclusivity and diversity within the monarchy, as Dr. Ahmed brings a wealth of expertise in areas such as healthcare, education, philanthropy, and diplomacy.
- Dr. Ahmed’s exceptional achievements have garnered her numerous accolades, including the Asian Women of Achievement Award, the Asian Professional Award, and an Honorary Consulship for Pakistan in Birmingham.
In a revolutionary development, Dr. Zareen Roohi Ahmed, of British-Pakistani origin, has been appointed as an advisor to King Charles, marking a historic moment for Pakistanis worldwide. This appointment carries particular significance as Dr. Zareen Ahmed became the first person of Pakistani descent to hold this prestigious position in the royal household.
This extraordinary decision highlights King Charles’ steadfast commitment to fostering inclusivity and embracing diversity within the monarchy. As an advisor, Dr. Ahmed will provide invaluable expertise and counsel to King Charles on a wide range of national and international matters. Her role will be based in the Private Secretary’s Office, where she will offer guidance on constitutional, governmental, and political affairs to the King.
Dr Zareen Roohi: The Accomplished Scholar and Leader
Dr. Ahmed brings a vast experience to the role as she possesses a PhD in International Relations from the University of Cambridge, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Harvard University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the London School of Economics.
She is renowned for her contributions in various fields such as healthcare, education, philanthropy and diplomacy. She has also held important positions including being CEO of organisations such as the British Asian Trust. Dr Ahmed also served on the board of the Commonwealth Education Trust, the British Council and the Royal Commonwealth Society.
Accolades and Recognitions for Dr. Zareen Roohi Ahmed
Her exceptional achievements have earned her numerous awards and honors, including the Asian Women of Achievement Award, the Asian Professional Award, and the Order of St John. Furthermore, Dr. Ahmed has been appointed as an Honorary Consul for Pakistan in Birmingham.
Dr. Ahmed Representing Pakistanis Globally
Dr. Ahmed’s appointment as a special advisor to Prince Charles marks a is a historic moment for all Pakistanis and Pakistani origin people in the United Kingdom. As a first woman of Pakistani descent, holding a high-ranking position in the royal household is a moment for the history books.
Furthermore, her presence as one of the few ethnic minority staff members in Buckingham Palace contributes to a more diverse and inclusive environment in the Palace. She now has the opposrtunity to promote diversity, inclusivity and collaboaration within the royal Palace and beyond.
It is being mentioned that she will now serve as a bridge between Britain and Pakistan, fostering mutual understanding and friendship between the two nations.
Follow WOW360 for all the latest news and updates.