Fatimatuj Johora Siddiqua is currently working as an Executive for the Admissions department at BYLC. Her core responsibilities include planning, organizing, and maintaining the processes and operations of admission and registration services for all of BYLC’s leadership programs. She ensures documentation, managing BYLC related queries, and maintaining relationships with other stakeholders. She is a graduate of the sixth BYLC Youth Leadership Summit and is also a participant of BYLC Masterclass on Leadership Development.

Fatima has completed her bachelors and masters in International Relations from University of Chittagong. During her student life, she has volunteered and worked with different organizations like The Hunger Project, Jaago Foundation, Youth’s Voice, and others. She is an Active Citizen of British Council and coordinated a social action project named “Waste Can Help”, focusing on utilizing wastes to ensure child education in underprivileged communities while promoting a healthy environment for the society.

Fatima believes in gender equity and is vocal about children and women’s rights and safety in the society. She is also involved in a social initiative named “Fearless”, which focuses on ensuring women’s safety while empowering them with self defence training. Fatima has also worked as a Research Assistant on the topic of “socio-economic problems and possibilities of Rohingyas”. She is interested in diplomacy, negotiations, and educational development.

Fatima enjoys reading, networking, learning new things, and exploring new places, cultures, fashion, and food.