Fayeeza Naqvi is Co-founder and Chairman of the Aman Foundation. She is a passionate humanitarian who, for the last two decades, has dedicated herself to improving the socioeconomic
lives of the underserved in Pakistan.
Fayeeza is a Trustee of the British Asian Trust and a Founding Member of the Advisory Board of the London School of Economics-South Asia Center. In addition, she recently joined the Board
of The Malala Fund.
Fayeeza has been recognized globally for her humanitarian work. In 2015, Fayeeza received the BNP Paribas Grand Prix award for Individual Philanthropy. In 2016, she received the Global Humanitarian Award for Woman’s & Children’s Health, presented by the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population & Reproductive Health at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for this work. In 2016, she also received the Power of Purpose award from Devex, an annual award presented in partnership with McKinsey & Company, honoring the top women leaders in global development. In 2017, she was honored with the Schwab Social Entrepreneur
of the Year Award.
She is a strong supporter of art across the MENASA regions. She is a member of the Selection Committee for the Abraaj Group Art Prize and a member of the Tate Modern International Council. Fayeeza is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science.