Meet your Committee 2018-19
Our amazing committee work tirelessly to put on the very best events, and to make your time at PakSoc as wonderful as it can be.Contact Us›
Hey everyone! I’m a second year Economist at Clare. I’m from South London, my mum is from Lahore, and my dad is from Karachi. PakSoc instantly felt like home to me when I joined, and I hope that we can make all of you feel that way too. Our focus is on creating a close-knit community like no other! I’m honoured to be serving as your President, and I’m so excited about every one of our committee members. Some great events, both fun and serious lined up, so keep an eye out! I look forward to meeting every one of you, and please do message me about anything, feedback or ideas, PakSoc-related or personal. If you see a guy with the maddest creps come say hi, I can be your Yeezy plug.
Hey! I’m a third year English Literature student at Caius reppin’ all you humanities students #notanothermedic. Having loved PakSoc like no other over the past year, my priority is assisting our brilliant team in furthering our work to make PakSoc a society for everybody. What else would you want to see in a bio? I like long walks along the river cam and like my degree a bit less than that. If you ever need anything at all (other than money) feel free to drop me a message!
Hi I'm a second year economist at St. Johns. I may live in Leeds and my skin may be white, but Pakistan is my home and I'm brown on the inside #PakistanZindabad. My role involves finding sponsors and managing the bank account, so if you have any questions about that don't hesitate to ask. I'm also known as the cricket connoisseur so hmu for debate on whether Misbah was our finest captain.
Hi! I study Phys NatSci at Newnham and am from Karachi (born and raised). Though both my parents are from Karachi, my mother is Kashmiri and my father is Pathan. Moving here last year made me realise how much I miss Pakistan and the culture, so I felt an instant connection with PakSoc! I’m very proud to serve as your Secretary for this year (watch out for those emails) and look forward to meeting you all at upcoming PakSoc events. As one of the few international students in a coconut- dominated committee, if any of you need to cry about not understanding British lingo, I’m here for you (you’ll get there eventually).
Hey! I'm a third-year medic at Jesus and here to support students during their time at Cambridge. I plan to host lots of events that combine my two favourite things: food and films! Please feel free to email or message if you have any concerns or questions- I'm always free for a chat! 🙂
Hey everyone! I am a second year undergraduate from Karachi studying Land Economy at Homerton College! As your External Officer this year my job is to make sure that PakSoc stays connected to all other societies in the University. So, stay tuned for collaborative events with other societies of interest throughout the year. For all members of PakSoc, especially international students, feel free to contact me regarding any queries about moving in and about the general life at Cambridge. I have also mastered my mother’s chicken karahi recipe so please feel free to hit me up when the week 5 blues hit and we can have decent Pakistani food while jamming to some Atif Aslam songs!
I am a fourth year NatSci at Christ's college. As an international student from Karachi, I did not hesitate to join PakSoc in my first year and have been involved ever since. Having served as Events Officer and then President, I now have the privilege to advise the committee as they steer PakSoc to greater heights. Always happy to have quality bilingual conversations over chai!
Hi, I have an advisory role on the committee. I'm from Buuuurminghum but 100% Muzaffarabadi. I am a fifth year medic at Corpus Christi so I think it's safe to say I feel like I know Cambridge and PakSoc quite well! If you have any questions about medicine, Cambridge, PakSoc or anything in between please feel free to email me. Hope to see you soon 🙂