Ph.D. student. Group member since spring 2020.
MS Environmental Science (2018), National University of Science & Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan
BS Environmental Science (2015), Bahria University, Islamabad Campus (BUIC), Pakistan
Tehreem is interested in the application of regional air quality modeling to study and resolve the air quality issues in South Asia and her home country, Pakistan, where efforts to curb poor air quality are only just beginning. She believes that reliable research can work wonders in the improvement of air quality and ultimately the health of the citizens. Before joining UH, Tehreem has worked with a magazine (Subh-e-Nau) as an Editing Assistant and a writer, as an intern with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and at the Climate Finance Unit of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan. Apart from academics, she loves to participate in dramas and enactments. She also likes to write scripts, especially comedy and satire. Her first language is Urdu, and she can speak Saraiki and Punjabi, which are local Pakistani languages. She enjoys traveling and hiking. She has traveled widely in Pakistan, Nepal, and hope to see the rest of the world soon.