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Academy for Administrative Professionals announced the appointment of Cheryl Mathew of Karachi, Pakistan as the Pakistan Coordinator of AAP with immediate effect. She counts nearly three decades of experience in administrative and secretarial field exposed to multinational and banking industry. 

Pakistan Coordinator Cheryl Mathew

She is a vibrant member and a Past President of the Distinguished Secretaries Society of Pakistan. She also served as the Organising Chairperson of 22nd Asian Secretaries and Administrative Professionals Congress held in Pakistan in 2014, and presently the ASA Coordinator for Pakistan. She graduated from Karachi University and is a high achiever with many accolades from several institutions and associations in her land.

AAP extends a warm welcome and best wishes to Cheryl and looks forward to utilise her skills and expertise to better the lives of administrative professionals. Her appointment follows the vacuum created by late Maharuk Bhiladhwala (Mok), a past ASA President, who served as the AAP Pakistan Coordinator for 10 long years.


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