Welcome to PAGB

PAGB as an organization has served Boston and the surrounding communities for 30 years. over the years we have held many events cultural and others, all in the best interest of the Pakistani community. We are very proud of our our achievements. We strive to bring the community to gather, and encourage you to join this organization. If you have any great ideas please do share with us, by using the contact form at the bottom of this page You can support us by becoming a member of PAGB. Not a member yet? Membership Benefits Full voting rights at PAGB Elections and General Assembly Meetings Discounts on all PAGB hosted events Participation in all PAGB sponsored events Participation in invitation only events Opportunity to be part of the community and be represented by PAGB Opportunity to promote Pakistani culture and awareness to the community at large Membership Options New members may join at any time within a year. All memberships expire on March 22, and are due for renewal on March 23 of every year.
The Pakistan Association of Greater Boston (PAGB) is a voluntary non-profit organization with the primary function of organizing social events for the American Pakistani community in the greater Boston area. PAGB aims to create greater cultural awareness and use its resources to enhance intra-communal harmony and cooperation with other organizations pursuing similar objectives. In addition to Boston, PAGB's geographical jurisdiction covers the entire state of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

President 
Siraj Khan

Siraj is from Karachi and lives with his family in Hudson, MA. Siraj belongs to the world of finance, working for several multinationals. He has served in the global non-profit space on projects with USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Malala Fund and has been recognized for his work in women empowerment, youth development and prevention of HIV/AIDS. He is a connoisseur of South Asian film music, using art and culture in building bridges between people and boundaries. He has staged and directed successful concerts of performing arts and is a featured contributor to several publications. Siraj has earlier served as President for PAGB in 2002-2004.



Vice President
Shabana Chaudhry

 Shabana comes from Lahore the heart of Pakistan. Even though She grew up outside of Pakistan, she loves her Pakistani heritage and culture. A graduate of Boston University, and a dentist by profession, decided to live in Boston after college. Shabana has served communities South of Boston. Outside of work she has been involved with the South Asian communities. She has also helped setup the Muslim Community Social Services Group that helps provide support to minorities and families in crisis, and helps get them back on their feet. She is lover of nature and enjoys gardening and the great outdoors. Shabana firmly believes that if you want to see a change you have to get involved with the community.  



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Treasurer
Shehla Gull

 Shehla has been in the U.S. since 1992. She did her middle school, high school and college in Boston. After marriage she moved with her husband to Chicago for 17 years and now back to Boston. She’s been working as a financial advisor with New York life. Recently, she took a position of Executive Council Advisor with New York life. Having worked with co-workers from India, she sponsored and worked for IAGB, Nepali Association, Tamil Association, Gujarati Association, etc. She soon realized that as a Pakistani, she should get involved in the PAGB, so she joined. This is going to be her first year in the PAGB. She has three beautiful children and a loving husband.



General Secretary
Hira Khan 

 Hira was born and raised in Chicago, IL and moved to Massachusetts in 2016. Currently, she resides with her family in Mansfield and is attending Bridgewater State University. With a passion for writing and journalism, Hira has written and edited for her school paper. She has also worked with Headliners in Education, a non-profit organization that seeks to amplify the voices of student journalists. Her hobbies include reading and travelling. As the General Secretary of the PAGB, Hira looks forward to helping promote Pakistani culture in the Greater Boston area.



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Director of Public Relations
Tahir Ali

Tahir has been in Massachusetts since, 1978, residing in Westborough. Has an MSEE from McGill University, and since his days at McGill have been socially active, as the President of the South Asia Student Association and International student association of McGill. The same community service desire led him to become active in the Islamic Centers in Worcester (ISGW and WIC) as current PR Director. Similarly, remained active in US politics. Author of the book: Muslim Vote Counts"- published in 2004 by Wyndham Hall.



Director of Social Affairs
Fauzia Sayeed

 Fauzia Sayeed is a resident of Belmont MA for the past 20 years, married with kids and grandkids. She hails from Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. She studied at Burn Hall Convent School and had a short stint at Government Girls College, graduating as a private student from Peshawar University, Pakistan. Later, she did a Diploma of Montessori method of education, worked as an educator in Dubai and later with Karachi Grammar School. Worked as Secretary for Rotary Cosmopolitan Club Karachi. After moving to Boston, she did a one year certificate course in basic computers from Harvard University. Her hobbies include singing, dancing, cooking, drama, debate, ice skating, poetry, story telling and Naat Khwani. Passion for gardening, hiking and keeping close to nature.  



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Welcome to PAGB

The Pakistan Association of Greater Boston (PAGB)