Sana Mir -Former Captain Pak Women Cricket Team has received Asia Game Changer Award
“I would like to dedicate this award to three groups of people: the children of all the war-torn populations of the world, the strong women who are helping each other, and for the people who are standing up for climate change.” Sana Mir
Mir has received the Asia Game Changer Award by @AsiaSociety in New York! on Thursday.
2019 Asia Game Changer Awards
As per official statement of Asia Society organization, “On September 11, 2019, Asia Society announced its 2019 Asia Game Changers, a group of inspiring and path-breaking women who are making a transformative impact in Asia and beyond.
In partnership with Citi, Asia Society annually honors game-changing leaders from a broad geographic range and varied backgrounds; this year marks the first time that all of the honorees are women.
“Our 2019 Asia Game Changers are women who have truly championed gender equality while making enormous contributions to society and social structures within their home countries,” Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran said. “They are inspiring agents of change who are building a better world — for women and for everyone — by changing the rules, changing the game, and challenging all of us to follow their lead.”
Honorees are nominated and selected by members of Asia Society’s global network.
Sana Mir is a cricketer and the former captain of the Pakistan national women’s cricket team in ODIs and T20Is. In October 2018, she became the first Pakistani women cricketer to rank number 1 in ICC ODI bowler ranking. She has led Pakistan to two Gold medals in Asian Games 2010 and 2014.
The 33 years old, Sana Mir, enjoys the company of her friends at New York during Award Ceremony.
Former Captain Pak Women Cricket Team loves to explore secrets of New York City. Looking so fabulous and fit.
During Royal 5 days tour to Pakistan, Sana Mir was one of the sports women who interacted with Royal Couple.
She expressed her views in a way “, she admired by Thomas Drew -British High Commissioner to Pakistan.
Sana Mir, tweeted as , ” Profound gratitude for the Royal Couple for spreading smiles in Pakistan. The interaction with the kids was priceless and will be remembered for a life time. Humbled to be part of the event. “
Updated on 8:17 pm PKT | Mallahpost
Sources and Images courtesy: Mir’s Social Media Accounts & Asia Society Organization