Project Support Officer
Farhana Naz is a Masters postgraduate at the University of Leeds having studying Water, Sanitation and Health (WaSH) Engineering MSc. Born in Bangladesh, she travelled to UK to pursue her higher studies after being awarded the British Chevening Scholarship. Before joining iCASP, Farhana worked as a water and sanitation research assistant for Umwelt-Projekt on projects at the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh.
Since joining ICASP in November 2021 Farhana been assisting on various different projects such as Communicating Flood Risk and the NFM Community of Practice.
“My previous academic and professional experience is what made me highly interested to work with the iCASP team where innovative yet sustainable solutions to several environmental and ecological challenges are being brainstormed every day.
I am really enjoying my work here as the team is quite dynamic and diverse. Working with people from different backgrounds with proficient work experiences is giving a new learning opportunity every day!”