Ajmira Begum has been with UNYSAB since 2016. She is currently the Regional Secretary of UNYSAB Rangpur Divisional Wing. She believes that society can be changed if people change themselves. Our society will be beautiful only if the youth of our society are aware of it.
She was born in Dimla Upazila of Nilphamari District and studied at Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur, in the department of Gender and Development Studies, the background of Masters. She is currently employed as a staff reporter of North Bangla Online News. Previously, she worked for a joint project in Rangpur Dinajpur Rural Service (RDRS) Bangladesh and Dudok.
In addition to UNYSAB, she has been involved in various voluntary and social works since her childhood like Club Scouts, Youth Engagement and Support (YES), a member of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB), and the National Advisory Board. She also worked on a project- Empower Youth for Work of Oxam. She is still in the rover scout Her association with various organizations has given her the opportunity to attend conferences in Indonesia.
Her dream is to work for the underprivileged people and to be a gender equality trainer. At the same time, she wants to build her career in the development sector. As Ajmira believes, she learned about project designing, budgeting, and all the necessary tools needed to pull off any event properly from UNYSAB.
UNYSAB is a platform where Ajmira had always presented herself efficiently. She learned a lot about leadership and volunteerism from UNYSAB as her cherished goal is to serve in dynamic & challenging fields in human rights. She can tackle any sort of challenging situation with the best use of her knowledge, proactiveness, and sincerity. She had executed her strong interpersonal and communication skills to prove herself as an energetic and creative person. She is also interested in working in the field of research and knowledge creation and wants to dedicate herself to human development.
She thinks if one works well at UNYSAB, he/she can learn a lot. Their interpersonal skills can be developed. Since UNYSAB works with youth and different diversities of people, people learn to love and respect each other while working as a team.