Adeeba Malik was born in Bradford as well as trained as a tutor. She trained religious education in a Bradford school prior joining QED in 1992 where she deals with various social, educational and financial tasks. Adeeba additionally has broad experience of working with key public and privately owned businesses on equality and diversity ventures. Adeeba Malik was one of the just 2 Muslims in England to grant a CBE in the New Year's Honors list. Adeeba, who has already been regarded with an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honors List for services to ethnic minority organizations, has held numerous ministerial plus non-ministerial prominent national and territorial board level appointments over the last 15 years.
These have been assorted associations, comprising Yorkshire Forward, British Waterways, also the Advisory Board on Naturalization & Immigration; a hefty portion of which she was the principal Asian lady to serve on. Adeeba additionally recognized the backing and help she has picked up from Mohammed Ali, founder & Chief Executive of QED. Adeeba's motivation emerges from her mom and her accomplishments have fared back numerous years.
Contributions / Achievements:
In 2005, she was delegated Chair of the National Ethnic Minority Business Forum situated in the Department of Trade & Industry and turned into a Commissioner for the Women plus Work Commission set up through then Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
In 2011, she was delegated to the Department of Energy &Climate Change Green Deal Women's Panel.
In 2011, she was likewise a legislative head of Sheffield Hallam University, and she was made an envoy for the Hashoo Foundation, a Pakistan-based philanthropy.
Adeeba is right now Deputy Chief Executive of Bradford-based QED Foundation, a main and regarded national advancement office.
Influence & Impact on the community:
As a British Muslim lady, she added to the standard plan of public sector boards and her CBE is an extraordinary acknowledgment of her diligent work. As per Adeeba poverty, discrimination and different types of disparities are still significant issues within society which should be handled. She utters that equality & fairness still should be inserted into our general public, and we should make an open door for everybody. For people to have an impact in killing the issues they have to take chances, to get hooked on a position which permits you to be educated and skilled. Begin off with yourself and after that help other people, she articulates.