Fatima is a recent MPA graduate from Princeton’s School of Public & International Affairs where she studied economics and international development. Previously, she worked at the provincial chief minister's office in Punjab, Pakistan on policy design and implementation focused on gender equity, taxation and climate action. She helped set up South Asia's first one-stop protection center for survivors of gender-based violence. She also led a province-wide women's mobility campaign which focused on increasing women’s participation in the labor force. She received her Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in 2016.