Sarah Saeed

Sarah Saeed is a BS-21 officer of Pakistan Administrative Service (23rd Common Training Programme). She holds an MSc in Economics from University of Oxford and an MA from University of the Punjab. During her career, she has held diverse portfolios including Commercial Secretary (The Hague), Director Policy (National Vocational and Technical Training Council), Additional Registrar (Supreme Court of Pakistan), Director General (Benazir Income Support Programme), Director (Civil Services Academy) and Secretary (Higher Education, Punjab). She has also worked for UK’s Department for International Development as Skills Strategy Advisor and is a trainer for Harvard University’s Course for public policymakers – “Building Capacity for Use of Research Evidence (BCURE)”. She has been a speaker/trainer at various public and private training and educational institutions. Her special interests include skills, poverty alleviation, development policy and practice and international trade. Sarah has joined the National School of Public Policy in January, 2019.