Aneeqa Suhail was born, raised and got her early education from Lahore, Pakistan. In 2004-05 she was selected as the first YES scholar from Lahore and went to Lancaster PA to be graduated from Hempfield high school. Apart from studies, she participated in various training programs in and outside the school. She was awarded ‘President Volunteer Service Award’ for completing 200 hours in community service, ‘Leadership Award’ at Colorado and Ohio conferences, AYUSA Students Community Service Award and Global Youth Exchange Award. She also represented 400 AYUSA alumni at a reception given by Senator Edward Kennedy and Richard Lugar at the US State Department. Aneeqa returned to Pakistan in 2005 and continued her studies in Kinnaird College, Lahore. In 2006, she again represented Pakistan at FLEX-YES Best Practice Conference at Almaty, Kazakhstan, where Alumni from Central Asian countries; Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan and Kazakhstan have shared their ideas and experiences on tolerance building and developing better understanding for other cultures.
She has completed her Bachelors in Business Administration from Kinnaird College in 2011. She has organized first ever Rotaract Club Kinnaird College and served as its President for one year 2010-11. During her Bachelors, she had the opportunity of working with Nutshell Pakistan, an event management organization as member of organizing team to manage various national/ international events. She was an active member of Pakistan-India Management Summit 2012 organizing team where more than 600 business and professional leaders from India and Pakistan had gathered to discuss ways for mutual cooperation in peace building and management progress. Later she joined IAS department, University of the Punjab to complete her MS/M. Phil in Management sciences.
She has done several research projects the major are; “The in-depth Management Analysis of World Call Limited” during my bachelors honors. A research on
Causes and Remedies of Educational Deterioration in Public - Primary Schools of Lahore”. “A Qualitative study of Work-family life adjustment: Experiences of working mothers at LESCO”. In research her areas of interest includes: human capital, conflict resolution and public policy & management. She has successfully completed her course work of MS/M. Phil and writing her final the