Haniah's expertise lies in identifying pertinent talent challenges faced by global organisations and in helping our members translate our research into action. Haniah is highly networked and works closely with thought leaders and leading practitioners from around the world when planning workshops and delivering bespoke research projects.
Haniah’s first role at Hot Spots Movemement was to support Professor Lynda Gratton as a Lead Researcher for her book, The Key – How Corporations Succeed by Solving the World’s Toughest Problems. Haniah has a strong interest in the political economy of development, and her previous experience includes working in the development sector in South Asia.
Haniah holds a postgraduate degree in Development Economics from SOAS – University of London, and an undergraduate degree in Economics and Political Science. Outside of work, Haniah takes a keen interest in the development of education in Pakistan where she mentors and works closely with children at various schools.