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Pakistan’s Laila Kasuri Makes Forbes 30 Under 30 List

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Pakistani Water Analyst Laila Kasuri has made the country proud by making it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Science and Healthcare category.

The 29-year-old is currently working with Global Green Investment Policy Solutions Division and has led research at organizations such as the World Bank, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the UC Davis Centre Watershed Sciences on climate-smart irrigation, flood.

“As climate change takes its toll on the developing word, water specialists like Laila Kasuri are becoming increasingly important in taking a preventative approach to sustainability,” Kasuri’s Forbes profile said.

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Laila Kasuri is on the Forbes 30 under 30 list! ⁦Laila Kasuri, wah wah!! Buhat mubarak (many congratulations)”

“This is a very proud moment for Pakistani women nationally and globally. Laila Kasuri once again nailed it, and breaking the glass ceilings.”

Laila has studied at Harvard University, where she studied for a degree in Hydrology and Geomechanics. She has worked as a Volunteer Educator for the Marian Koshland Museum of Science, US and as a Lab Assistant at Harvard Laboratory for Particle Physics and Cosmology.

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  1. Abdul Rehman Mir April 8, 2019

    Proud moment for us as Laila hailing to Pakistan where women scarcely go for higher education. Laila makes us proud as she studies at Oxford which is no doubt a great source of inspiration especially the subject she studies is no doubt have paramount excellence in the contemporary world. The water crisis being tensed across the globe has now become the epicenter for massive discussion. Keeping certain issues in mind I would say that Laila has made us proud. Now she must work in Pakistan where drinking water is going to be extinct. She may work here in Gilgit Baltistan which the ray of hope for the future water reservoir of drinking water.

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