Samina is passionate about protecting and enhancing the environment, whilst striving to reduce poverty and improve lives through the provision of appropriate infrastructure.
Samina thrives working and leading in a complex environment, building strong networks and relationships with a diverse group of programme stakeholders.
She has extensive leadership, programme and project management experience. She also has a successful track record of delivering coastal and flood risk management strategies and schemes that demonstrate people, property and critical infrastructure.
She worked for DFID in Montserrat following the volcanic crisis. Samina was the Key lead in planning the improvement and expansion of the road infrastructure following the volcanic crisis promoting the economic, social and environmental benefits of recovery.
She worked in Nepal on an Eastern Region Road Maintenance project advising on low cost road safety improvement, capacity building and bio-engineering. Samina undertook a field visit to Bojphur District to review the methods of implementing ‘Green Roads’ in Nepal.