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.