Sania Alam, a Pakistani woman, and educator were presented with the coveted “Brain of the Year” award by the Brain Trust of the United Kingdom in recognition of her contributions to the advancement of global mental literacy and the enhancement of education through super-learning.
Pakistan’s Sania Alam, a member of the Pakistani Futuristic Learning Institute, has been recognized for her contributions with a number of awards and accolades, including the Youth Excellence Award from Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from Joe Biden, the vice president of the United States, in 2021.
She is known for her guidance of teams that have won the World Memory, World Speed Reading, and World Mind Mapping Championships and for earning four Guinness World Records. This indeed is an extraordinary achievement.
In the past, individuals such as Stephen Hawking, Garry Kasparov, Steve Redgrave, John Glenn, Michael Gelb, Michael Crawford, and Gene Roddenberry have been honored with the “Brain of the Year” award. Pakistan’s Sania Alam is now a member of the Brain Trust’s most accomplished thinkers and achievers all thanks to her recent promotion.
This is yet another victory for Pakistan, as Sania Akram’s extraordinary abilities have been a source of national pride for Pakistan. This is, without a doubt, a very significant accomplishment, one of which all of us in Pakistan ought to be proud.
Sania Alam, who competes for Pakistan, is still quite young, so the accomplishment of winning medals at such a young age is particularly impressive. Neemos extend their congratulations to her on the extraordinary skills and enthusiasm she possesses.