Adeeba Malik CBE: 'William and Kate's Bradford visit was royal stamp of approval on the city I love'
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Adeeba Malik

Adeeba Malik was born in Bradford and trained as a teacher. She taught religious education in a Bradford school before joining QED in 1992 where she manages a number of social, educational and economical projects.

Adeeba also has extensive experience of working with major public and private companies on equality and diversity projects.

Awards & Accolades:
Adeeba has won many awards for her contributions and in June 2004 was awarded an MBE for her services to ethnic minorities and businesses

Offices & Appointments: 
She chairs the DTI’s national Ethnic Minority Business Forum; she is also a member of the Women and Work Commission and Home Office’s Advisory Board on Naturalisation & Integration. Previously, she was a board member of the regional development agency, Yorkshire Forward, British Waterways, National Clinical Assessment Authority and several other public appointments.


Excellent evening last night at The Muslim Heritage Centre with Adeeba Malik and friends
Adeeba Malik
British Muslim Woman Adeeba Malik
Adeeba Malik