Amna Habiba is a 16-year-old Pakistani, founder of Global Creative Hub, Global Teen Leader, international speaker, STEM enthusiast, and an advocate for girls' education, digital transformation, & STEM. Recipient of the Voice of GenZ Award (2022), Young Achiever Award (2016), and runnerup Young Voices Award (2021), Amna has always been inspired to use the power of technology for the betterment of society.
When COVID struck, her mother motivated her to explore e-learning leading her to complete more than 80 courses in just 6 months in various fields. This steered her to take part in multiple STEM programs, use technology for social good (UN SDGs) and venture into edtech.
To give back to her community, she launched a social development initiative that aims to make every Pakistani girl digitally literate and capable for the future of work, namely Global Creative Hub. As a youth ambassador and activist, Amna has spoken on various global platforms, including World Bank, WomenTech Network, IFC & UNESCO to advocate for her mission to support girls in literacy, digital literacy, and STEM. In addition, she is also the youngest Pakistani to host 3 international digital hackathons in her country. Featured by UNESCO Youth, Malala Fund, and a UN Food Hero, she believes that when technology is used for good, it can change the world. Her talks have been viewed by more than 50,000 people from all over the globe.
#STEM16 is a global movement to end child marriages by empowering girls to explore STEM fields. This movement began on my 16th birthday when I interviewed 16 female leaders & STEM experts. Through a small fundraising event, I also launched a mentorship program for girls to celebrate their 16th birthday in a similar way.
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