Samreen Khan, a citizen of Pakistan, is a writer born and raised as an expat in the Gulf State of Qatar. She pursued Bachelors in Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore, after which she pursued her postgraduate degree. She gained a distinction in MSc Economic Development from the Adam Smith Centre of Development Studies, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
She worked in multiple roles; Credit Analyst in United Bank Limited, Qatar, Freelance writer at Newzglobe, UAE, Public Relations Officer in Qatar Green Building Council, Qatar Foundation.
She joined Georgetown University Qatar in 2011 as Writing and Economics specialist. Currently, she works as Economics Support Coordinator with Office of Academic Services in Georgetown University Qatar, assisting as Teaching Assistant to core and upper level economics courses, managing the Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) for Economics program, working alongside the OAS team in supporting student learning and professional development of OAS student team and developing resources of Economics for students.
Apart from her passion for economics, her interests include: writing on various economics, cultural and social issues, reading books, oil and watercolor painting, photography, baking, making 3D puzzles and watching movies.