LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Certificate in TESOL (Hons), University of Toronto, Canada
Certificate in TEFLA, Hammersmith and West London College, UK
MA Economics/Finance, Webster University (Geneva Campus), Switzerland
Uzma Khan has been associated with FCCU since 2007. She currently heads its Language Development Center (LDC) where she teaches pre-Baccalaureate students in the LDC’s Intensive English for Academic Preparation (IEAP) program, as well as FCC staff in professional development courses. From 2009 to 2014 she was FCC’s Director Communications and Publications. She has served as adjunct faculty member of FCCU’s School of Management from 2007 to 2015 teaching in Baccalaureate, MBA and Executive MBA programs. She has over 35 years of work experience in the corporate and development sectors and in academic institutions in various capacities. She has conducted teacher training at the Technical Training Centre (now TEVTA) in Township, Lahore; taught students at NCA Lahore and the International Student Center of the University of Toronto; and taught executives at the Rausing Executive Development Center (REDC) at LUMS.
- Storm in the Shelter: Lessons Learnt from the Mera Ghar Experience, published by Aurat Foundation, Peshawar, Pakistan, 2006.
- “Women Prisoners Project in Peshawar Central Jail: Rehabilitation Component” published by Lahore University of Management Sciences in Managing NGOs in Developing Countries: Volume III Gender Challenges, (2005), Oxford University Press, Pakistan, 2005.
- “Food Production Technologies for Rural Women in Pakistan” (co-author), published in Women, Information, and the Future: collecting and sharing resources worldwide, Highsmith Press, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, USA, 1995.