Minahil worked on the Punjab Economic Opportunities Program. Her primary responsibilities include conducting and facilitating research, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, randomized evaluations and coordination related to baseline surveys and evidence-based program interventions designed and administered by PEOP. Minahil did her Bachelors in Economics from LUMS and has previously worked with USAID on their FIRMS project. Her research at the undergraduate level focuses on the structural problems of Pakistan’s agricultural sector and impact of policymaking on price trends. Minahil has received Fulbright Scholarship for Masters in Public Policy/Administration with a concentration in economic and political development. Her future research plan aims to investigate unchecked policymaking in Pakistan in order to assess the need for policy reform and impact of inadequate social/economic policy on resource management and food security.