Her sub-committee developed a position paper on IPR, making recommendations to the provincial government of the Punjab province, which then was regarded as high on piracy especially.She went about raising the profile of the issue by organizing press conferences, meeting with EU, US embassy and other diplomats, made presentations to the judicial academy and carried out advocacy and awareness with other stakeholders, including the police department that is supposed to check IPR violations.She recruited and trained editors, designers and illustrators, and sales and marketing staff, and expanded OUP operations from the cities of Karachi and Lahore to the rest of the country, by opening offices in Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan and Faisalabad.She then went on to establish a network of nine bookshops in Pakistan.And if anyone needs a quantitative measure for where Ameena has taken OUP, it may be noted that today there is no school in the private sector in Pakistan which is not using an Oxford book!Ameena’s association with the country’s oldest business chamber, the Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI), established in 1860, has also been a fairly intensive one and extends over a long period.The Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce & Industry (OICCI) serves as the national point of reference for foreign investors in Pakistan.It promotes foreign investments and in its comprehensive function as a facilitator to foreign investors, OICCI plays a vital role which has multiple impacts.
Though an established and respected name, OUP in Pakistan was still a modest operation. She rapidly built up OUP Pakistan’s publishing programme to such an extent that it began publishing a book a week from the earlier days of a book a year.
It needs to be an achievement that is life-changing for others beyond the individual himself or herself.
The true measure of success is making a difference. Converting, leveraging and extending your personal triumphs to positively impact the larger society, the comity of nations, the planet.
Though 2700 individuals may have reached the summit of Everest, each one? For each faced different conditions in terms of time of the year, weather conditions, age, experience and still other variables.
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So can a person do all this and still have time left over for other things? She is also a Trustee of the Mohatta Palace Museum, a Trustee, Board of Governors, of The Duke of Edinburgh Scheme, Chairman of the Anti Copyright Infringement Forum, Member, Board of Governors, Infaq Foundation, Member, Board of Governors, LEAD Pakistan, Member, National Council Executive Committee, English Speaking Union of Pakistan, Member, Council of Foreign Relations, Member, Board of Governors, Habib University, Secretary General, The Jinnah Society and Vice Chairperson, Pakistan-India Friendship Forum, Executive Committee.