Natural Science Instructor
Gaa-Waabaabiganikaag (White Earth Nation)
My education and my career started in Peshawar, Pakistan, a city with a rich history. This city, known for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant history, has instilled in me a deep appreciation for resilient structures and sustainable development. I started with an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, followed by a masters in construction management from the UK. Returning to Peshawar, I embraced the role of a Civil Engineering lecturer at a local engineering college, where I could impart my knowledge and inspire the next generation in my community.
My journey has been marked by personal and academic challenges, yet it has been a testament to resilience and growth. I advocate strongly for practical learning, a belief rooted in my own experiences in the construction industry where I discovered my true passion. This philosophy was further reinforced during my time at the Environmental Studies program at BSU, where I navigated personal struggles while striving for academic excellence. Now at LLTC, I bring these diverse experiences together, aiming to create a nurturing and family-like atmosphere. I am dedicated to guiding students to explore and learn, hoping my story of overcoming obstacles and continuous learning resonates and inspires within the LLTC community.
I have a keen interest in cricket. It is a fun game and if you want to watch an intense game watch one between India and Pakistan. In my free time, I am learning about cars and how to fix them as my old car has motivated me to learn about cars.
BS of Civil Engineering, Cecos University Pakistan, 2015.
MSc Construction Management, Nottingham Trent University, 2017.
MS Environmental Studies, Bemidji State University- Present