Nyla Khan nominated to advisory council Oklahoma Commission

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 8/10/2015 3:19:51 PM

SRINAGAR, Aug 9: Dr Nyla Ali Khan will serve as a member of the Advisory Council to the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women. The Commission has accepted and approved the nomination of Khan, who is the first Kashmir woman to serve on the Advisory Council.
The Advisory Council to the Commission is composed of women and men across the state of Oklahoma, who would act as resources and provide expertise to the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women. The Advisory Council serves as a vehicle to help the Oklahoma Commission on the status of women meet its requirements to act as an outreach to the women of the state.
The Advisory Committee serves to be a resource and clearinghouse for research and information on issues related to women and gender bias, to act as an advisory entity on equity issues to state agencies, communities, organizations and businesses of the state, and to establish recommendations for action to improve the quality of life for Oklahoma women, children and families.
Dr. Khan received her undergraduate education from the University of Delhi and her graduate degrees from the University of Oklahoma. Her major field of study is English Literature. She has authored three books and edited a major work related to Kashmir women and the history of Kashmir. She has written numerous articles and published in the popular press and lectures throughout Oklahoma, the nation and internationally.
Currently she is a visiting Professor and an Adjutant Associate professor at the University of Oklahoma.



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