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Sherry Rehman listed among 25 Most Powerful Women of Financial Times

Sherry Rehman listed Among 25 Most Powerful Women of 2022 by Financial Times

Financial Times lists Senator Sherry as one of 25 Most Influential.

The “influential women” for the unranked list were chosen from three categories – leaders, heroines, and creators. Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, described Sherry Rehman as a “negotiator with grit” in the FT’s issue on the 25 most influential women.

“Last month, at COP27, Rehman delivered a riveting address revealing the inequity at the heart of climate change, documenting the terrible floods in Pakistan.” She informed us that the deal established between the North and South is ineffectual. She caused industrialized countries to pay attention because of the persuasiveness of her argument, Sturgeon wrote.

“Her negotiation skills, pragmatism in overcoming obstacles developed nations placed in her path, and her advocacy voice were essential in the progress on loss and damage at COP27,” the Scottish leader wrote. “Her moral power, standing up for communities affected by climate change, resulted in the historic decision to create a fund, giving many people in the global south fresh hope.

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“I am confident that Sherry will continue to fight for climate justice, global financial reform, and the critical funding required to secure a future for the areas of Pakistan affected by this year’s floods for a long time.” The FT list also included individuals like tennis player Serena Williams, podcaster Meghan Markle, and Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin.

Who is Sherry?

A Pakistani politician, journalist, and former diplomat was born on December 21, 1960. Since 2015, he has served in the Senate of Pakistan. She served as Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States from 2011 to 2013 and was the first female Leader of the Opposition in the Senate from March to August 2018. As of right now, she holds the position of Federal Minister for the Ministry of Climate Change.

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