Marvi Memon was born in Karachi in July 1972. After schooling in Karachi, Paris and Kuwait, Marvi Memon graduated from the London School of Economics with a B.Sc (Econ) Honors in International Relations. With internships at Dawn, Newsline, Pakistan Institute of International Affairs, and International Union for Conservation of Nature during her education years, she started her career as a banker at Citibank Pakistan where she specialized in Marketing and Quality Management for the consumer bank. After which she launched Pakistan’s first satellite tracking fleet management concern Trakker, which established her as an entrepreneur and the youngest woman CEO of a multinational firm. Her next assignment led her to advising the President on Media Management. After which she advised on Investments. She served as Member of Parliament from March 2008 to June 2011 as a PML MNA. She resigned from her party and parliament based on principle of not wanting to be part of corrupt and incompetent treasury benches and set new standards in politics. She has recently launched a movement for rights and is galvanizing Pakistanis to reject old politics and embrace clean politics which leads Pakistan into a developed respectable member of the Comity of nations. Her strength is her close contact with grassroots, youth and discriminated populations of society in all provinces and territories of Pakistan.