Founder and Chairperson
Mehreen is the founder of Safe Delivery Safe Mother, which aims to reduce Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH), the leading cause of maternal mortality in Pakistan. She has a Master of Public Policy from the University of Oxford and is the recipient of the prestigious Annemarie Schimmel Scholarship. She has wide-ranging experience in policy analysis, evaluation and impact assessment, and has worked in the UK, US and Pakistan on health, education, food security, and poverty alleviation. She is a Global Health Corps Fellow through which she worked with the Clinton Foundation in New York on community and national level health interventions that increase access to quality healthcare. She has worked with the World Bank on increasing routine immunization through building and strengthening healthcare facilities and systems at the community level across Pakistan. She is a former McKinsey and Company consultant with extensive private and public sector experience in Pakistan and the Middle East.