Fazeelat Aslam has spoken at academic institutions such as Wellesley College, Yale University, and Harvard University. She is available for speaking engagements on human rights/social justice issues, documentary filmmaking, media ethics, and feminism. For inquiries to present at colleges, nonprofits, conferences, and other public events kindly go to the contact page.
THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN LONDON'S 2016 COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER
"Happiness is not limited to our graduations, our awards and our accolades,” she said. “Not everyone will win the award, not everyone will graduate, and not everyone will give the commencement speech. But because I got the chance to today, I will finish with my last words of advice: Never stop asking questions. Choose to be brave. Choose to be honest. Make your own path."
WELLESLEY COLLEGE: THE WELLESLEY EFFECT
Wellesley alumnae are involved in and working toward social and environmental justice, economic and educational interests, and social enterprises aimed at advancing women's lives—all lives—around the world. Panelists will discuss putting their values into actions, following passions, and making a difference in the world.
PREVIOUS SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:
- Pakistani Narratives among the Diaspora. Harvard University, April 2016.
- Master's Tea, Pierson College. Yale University, April 2011.
- 'Children of the Taliban." Lecture. Wellesley College, April 2011.
- Living Conflicts in India, Pakistan, and Palestine: Religion, Secularism and the Search for Peace. Arizona State University, April 2011.