Pakistani women are of great power and they’re proving them selves. Rather than actually depending on others, they have started taking stand and making a name for themselves.
A very strong woman Rubina Shah has been appointed high Sheriff of Manchester.
A Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, she has also been Chair of Stockport NHS Foundation Trust and held regulatory and associate roles at the General Medical Council and Health Education England North West.
Her name was marked by Queen Elizabeth 2 from a parchment called the “Lites” with recommendations for the post High Sheriff.
She will be officially installed as High Sheriff of the region on 12th of April in a ceremony which would be conducted at the Witworth Hall of University.
We are pleased to add that she’s a senior lecturer in the university.
“I am truly honoured and humbled to be appointed by her majesty the Queen to take the role of High Sheriff. It is a huge privilege to be the custodian of this historic public service role and I promise to serve the people of Greater Manchester with dignity, humility and sincerity throughout my year of office,” Dr Shah said.