Adeeba is Deputy Chief Executive of the award-winning QED Foundation, a Bradford based national organisation. Set up in 1990, its aim is to improve the economic and social integration of ethnic minority communities by delivering programmes and influencing decision makers. Adeeba started her career as a teacher in Hull and Bradford. Adeeba has over 27 years of experience of holding numerous ministerial and non-ministerial roles regionally and nationally, across Whitehall departments. Her current roles include Member of a State Honours Committee at the Cabinet Office; Board Member of The Home Office Strategic Race Advisory Board; Director of Bradford Culture Company Ltd, Visiting Professor of York St John University and Member of The Nurture Academies Trust.
Adeeba has won numerous awards and accolades. In 2004 she was awarded the MBE and the CBE in 2015.
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