We are a group of individuals who believe in the potential of women entrepreneurs in Pakistan. After many years of working in this field, we have become acutely aware of the need for a separate Chamber of Commerce and industry, which is solely dedicated to promoting the cause of women in business. To this end, we are proud to announce the establishment of WCCI. The chamber can also be looked upon as an advocacy group for dealing with issues of economic empowerment of women.
Message from President
Ms. Iram Shaheen Malik President of the WCCI (Lahore Division)
Senior Vice President
I would like to thank entire women chamber for choosing me to represent them on their behalf. It is indeed an honor and privilege to be elected as your Senior Vice President. I know very well that, with this title comes a great responsibility. I assure that I will put my utmost efforts and together we will take WCCI to new heights. Promoting entrepreneurship in early education stages and equipping young women with skills, networking opportunities and confidence is crucial to ensuring a future generation of female entrepreneurs. As Senior Vice President my primarily focus will be to facilitate women entrepreneurs in running their businesses efficiently & successfully by providing them trainings. I plan to organize and conduct seminars, workshops, interactive sessions and conferences to raise awareness amongst women. A lot needs to be done towards building women's confidence and networking, which is the key to strengthen their participation in the decision-making and business development. I will extend my support to help women entrepreneurs to gain the necessary skills to run their own business.
Mrs. Rukhsana Khan Senior Vice President of the WCCI (Lahore Division)
I am honored to be selected as an unopposed Vice-President of Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI), 2015-16. This is not only a seat rather a responsibility, which I pray to Allah Almighty, to help me fulfill with honesty, dignity and dedication. Being a wife, mother and a responsible citizen of Pakistan, it is my utmost duty to maintain a balance among these duties. During my career, I have learned a lot under the mentorship of Dr. Shehla, Qaisra Sheikh, Rukhsana Khan, Shazia Suleman, Rukhsana Zafar and my current associate Iram Shaheen. My aim is to enlighten and guide our new members and the younger generation of Pakistan, and I hope to do this with your companionship and support.
Mrs.Aisha khurram Vice President of the WCCI (Lahore Division)