Program Manager, Summer Sisters
School of International Service
Mahveen Azam manages a public-private partnership grant called Summer Sisters Exchange Program aimed at bringing Pakistani high-school girls to the U.S. universities for STEM courses. She is a highly successful partnership and stakeholder relationship builder, accomplished advocate, and an experienced federal and private grant writer and manager. With a background in Electrical Engineering and International Development, she is driven to prepare women for the 4th industrial revolution through education in STEM, building talent pipelines and promoting STEM oriented businesses. Mahveen holds a MS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University’s Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service and a MS in Telecommunications Management from Oklahoma State University.