The Day Dreamers Show Topic: Factors hindering women to stay in the workforce? And how can they overcome those issues and how women can contribute to the society. Live with Sumara Farooq from Lahore…

The Day Dreamers Show

Topic: Factors hindering women to stay in the workforce? And how can they overcome those issues and how women can contribute to the society.

Live with Sumara Farooq from Lahore, Pakistan.

Sumara Farooq is an Agile Coach, Business Transformation Expert, Facilitator and Scrum Trainer by passion. She drives organizational change programs by empowering employees and helps teams to develop high intrinsic motivation. She is a technology enthusiast and social activist, having impassioned interest in intervening education
and IT to bring social change in Pakistan. She is a graduate from University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore. She works with public sector, startups, and renown established software
development companies for Agile Transition.

Sumara has also worked in public sector for primary & secondary healthcare, vocational and education domain. She has been working on public sector projects in collaboration with Information Technology University, PITB, Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department, Punjab Schools IT Labs Project, and TEVTA.

Sumara has research interest in business process modeling, feasibility analysis, AI, and forensic
science. She cares about the following causes: Intervention of IT in Education & Health Sector,
Women Education & Empowerment, Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan, Social Change.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sumara.farooq
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sumarafarooq/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/sumarafarooq

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15 thoughts on “The Day Dreamers Show Topic: Factors hindering women to stay in the workforce? And how can they overcome those issues and how women can contribute to the society. Live with Sumara Farooq from Lahore…

  1. Fazil Qureshi Reply

    Saw Sumara’s profile on facebook and I have to congratulate her on her achievements in her life. Such females are very rare in our local tech industry.

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