Fahmida Suma is a public servant, volunteer, human rights activist, and artist. She is deeply passionate about humanitarian causes and devotes a significant portion of her time to volunteer and rallying for these causes. Her primary focus is women, youth, and elderly survival and empowerment. She runs a social enterprise in Jessore, supporting youths to be the best they can be. Fahmida’s professional career has spanned across a wide range of roles in Australian Federal and Territory Government agencies. Through her volunteering work and her profession, she strives for a better tomorrow for all.