Adila Kokab has recently joined Punjab Education Department as an Educator. She is a former Community Based Motivator at Public Health Engineering Department, Gujrat, Pakistan. She has also worked as an Enumerator, Supervisor, and Data Editor and worked on the projects from UNICEF and Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan at the University of Gujrat. Adila Kokab also presented her services as a volunteer teacher in the less privileged countryside schools.She did her Masters in Population Sciences and has published many research articles and conference proceeding in the areas of Demography, Environment, and Economics of rural areas. Ms. Adila is also a professional writer and authored many books including Social Status of emigrant Families. She wrote for magazines and social sites on social and moral issues. She is also an Associate Member and Editor of International Consortium of Scientists and Researchers. Ammara Murslin belongs to a small village of Gujrat, Pakistan. She has BS (Hons) degree in English Literature and currently, she is teaching at Government Public School, Gujrat. Ammara has been working as a volunteer for many years and offered her time and services to decorate young children classrooms in various country side schools. She motivates poor families of the small villages of Gujrat to send their children to school and provides free tuition to them. She has learned the art of public relations by working in the field as a teacher and as a volunteer. She is also a member of International Consortium of Scientists and Researchers.