Khadija Bakhtiar is the Founder and CEO of Teach For Pakistan, an organization dedicated to fostering leadership to address educational inequity. Through its structured Fellowship program, Teach For Pakistan provides motivated university graduates with the opportunity to teach for two years in under-resourced communities. This initiative aims to develop leadership skills and contextual understandings that can contribute to long-term, system-wide reforms. At present, 163 Fellows are making a positive impact on 10,000 students in high-need schools in rural areas of Islamabad. Additionally, 215 Alumni are actively advocating for every child’s right to participate in quality education. They are influencing policy, reshaping curricula, and employing innovative educational technology. Teach For Pakistan is expanding its reach to Sindh, with the program commencing in Karachi this year. Khadija Bakhtiar brings a wealth of experience, having worked with international organizations such as UN Women. She also serves on the Board of the National Education Foundation, Punjab Examination Commission, Teach For All’s Network Advisory Committee, and the Bardasht non-profit school in Tarnol, Islamabad. Khadija holds a Master’s degree from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, and a BSc. (honors) in Social Sciences from the Lahore University of Management Sciences.