Ms Farhat Saleem
( English Literature)
Ms Farhat Saleem has a long teaching experience in local and
international institutions of higher education. She worked
as professor of English and English Language Guide in
universities and teachersí training institutes in Libya and
Tunisia. Before joining Greenwich University, she was
working at a private University in Karachi as Head of
Department of English and In-charge, Literary Club and the
studentsí annual magazine. She has also taught Cambridge
University curriculum of English Literature and Language for
more than a decade. She is well versed in several
international languages including French and Arabic.
Ms Husna Humail
She has done Masterís in Sociology with thesis on immunization
in slum areas. She has conducted several researches, one of
which is on Juvenile Delinquents and Women in Prison. Presently
she is teaching undergraduate courses at Greenwich. Along with
teaching she counsels the teens on their issues and has
organized many social events for them.
Ms Lubna Ahsan
Ms Lubna is pursuing her Ph.D. from University of Karachi and
has been involved in teaching and writing for more than ten
years now. She did ICELT from University of Cambridge and PGCC
from University of Strathclyde. She has also been teaching at
University of Karachi as Cooperative English Specialist. She
regularly contributes to Influence Lifestyles and Fashion Avenue
She is working as Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Faculty
of Social Sciences & Humanities at Greenwich University. She has
a number of research publications to her credit. She is also an
editor of Greenwich research journals viz. New Horizons and
She has also been involved in participating, organizing and
conducting workshops and conferences at national and
Ms Naimet Anwer Ali
Ms Anwarali has an MA in English from the University of Karachi,
and extensive experience in teaching English at Pakistan
American Cultural Center.
She is also an approved examiner for the International
Baccalaureate Organization, Diploma Program.
She teaches various courses of English at Greenwich University
as a visiting faculty member.
Ms Parveen Arshad
Ms Arshad has a
Masterís degree in English from the University of Karachi
and has been associated with English Language teaching at
the Pakistan American Cultural Center (PACC) for a number of
years, where she has been officer-in-charge of the program.
Currently, she is an academic consultant there.
She has also worked at PIA for 15 years as a language
instructor. She has also conducted a number of workshops for
SPELT and PACC.
She is Head of the English Department at Greenwich.
Ms Salma Mahmud
Mr Altaf holds a Masterís degree in English (Linguistics)
from University of Karachi. He has also taken a certificate
course in French Language from the Alliance de Francaise.
He has taught English and French at tertiary level in
various universities in Karachi. Besides teaching English
language and literature at undergraduate as well as graduate
levels, he has been working as editor of research journals
and in-house publications at Greenwich University.
He also specializes in syllabus designing, corporate
communications and student counselling.
Ms Tahira Khan
Ms Khan has more than thirty yearsí experience in teaching.
She studied at St Josephís College, where she majored in
English with Bachelorís in Psychology and Philosophy from
She taught English Language at the Pakistan American
Cultural Center for over 25 years where she was teacher,
in-charge and finally Director of the English Language
Program. After doing MBA in General Management, she joined
Greenwich University. She is certified in trauma Psychology
from the University of Missouri Pakistan to handle children
At Greenwich University she teaches Communication and
Interpersonal Skills and has also taught Management and
Organizational Design and Theory.