Zoha Momin: Her Eyes on the Future, Her Mind on the Problem Hard work truly does pay off. The hard work begins at a young age for many people, and they are able to reap the rewards as they progress through life. In a society where many Ismaili women and girls are underprivileged, hard work is the way to go from underprivileged to having a fruitful life individually, and paving the way for future generations. Zoha Momin , a young female Ismaili is a hard worker. At only fourteen years old, she has won 1st Place in the world at the Global Issues Problem Solving Individual Competition at the Future Problem Solving Program International Conference, in Wisconsin. Momin has also received a Certificate of Excellence from the same competition and...The end:
.....t of 4 people she worked hard but the group setting didn’t work out since she was doing most of the work. Last year she did the project by herself – people can see that talent.” The article “Empowered Women” is an article about several very successful Ismaili women, who started as Zoha Momin , as hard workers. The article discusses how Jenny Datoo , Sheherazade Hirji , and Shaherose Charania worked hard throughout their lives to become symbols for success and achievement among Ismaili women, who are often underprivileged and left outside the empowerment cicle . When reading the article, and comparing Zoha Momin’s story, you get the sense we will be reading about her one day as an adult. We are already reading about her hard work as a child.