Undergraduate Student, Habib University
Maham Zehra, from Karachi, Pakistan, recently graduated with a hundred percent scholarship, from Habib University, where she majored in Computer Science and minored in English Comparative Literature. She was the secretary of Women in Science and Engineering, a student-led group, and is a member of Pakistani Women in Computing, a community dedicated to advancing women in STEM professions. She’s always wanted to make a difference in the society, which is why she created initiatives like Hamdard, an Urdu pregnancy companion, AH-DBMS, a hostel data management system, and DyCon, a Dyslexia Conquering System. Her project Hamdard’s resultant research paper has been accepted at AI4SG (Artificial Intelligence for Social Good), a workshop associated with IJCAI. Zehra aims to pursue her Masters in Data Science.