Meet Aliza Ayaz
Aliza Ayaz was appointed the first-ever United Nations Youth Ambassador of mixed origin. This is BIG. Women like Aliza are changing the narrative of women globally. The narrative of a student and activist.
Aliza Ayaz ,
first-ever United Nations Youth Ambassador of mixed origins
Of Arab-Pakistani origins, she grew up around the Middle East, including Dubai, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Karachi
Student at the University College in London
" Let your personality show as you explain your strength and weaknesses in any phase of your life, project, or interview.
Don’t allow stress or nerves to turn you into a robot.
Your greatest asset is knowing you."
Of Arab-Pakistani origins, Aliza grew up around the Middle East, including Dubai, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, and Karachi. Currently a full-time student at University College London, Aliza also spends time as United Nations Ambassador for SDGs.
Aliza Ayaz was appointed the first-ever United Nations Youth Ambassador of mixed origin.
This is BIG. Women like Aliza are changing the narrative of women globally. The narrative of a student and activist. The narrative of someone of mixed race, Asian and Arab origin. A sociopreneur in her young years, Aliza knows, and many like Aliza know and have faced numerous challenges. This is a big accomplishment. A new decade, a new era for us. This is OUR time.
Aliza’s key take-aways from her COVID-19 experience:
“My head these days is sometimes a beehive of thoughts ping-ponging off one another. Some are personal: what if food runs out, what if my family or friends fall ill?
Others are bigger concerns for my community, city, country, and, frankly, species. The result is that I feel a tad off-kilter all the time, searching for terra firma. Working to better the environment and our healthcare is how I’ve tried to put order to my thoughts, to extract some sense and meaning from their, at times, unrelenting onslaught.”
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