Rimshaw Khan is a Teaching Fellow at the School of Education (SOE), LUMS. Broadly, her research interests lie in themes related to the sociology of education. Within this field, she is interested in exploring topics related to class, ethnicity, power and inequalities, and their bearing on education.
Before joining LUMS, she has taught MPhil programme at the School of Education of Beaconhouse National University (BNU). Earlier, she worked as a consultant for Secretary Health of Punjab, where she was involved in delivering Punjab Health Reforms Roadmap. In addition, she has worked with several global and local not-for-profits in Pakistan and UK, within fields of human development.
Rimshaw Khan has a Masters in Education and International Development from the Institute of Education at the University College London (UCL), where she was a Commonwealth Shared Scholar. She also has a BSc (Hons.) in Economics from LUMS, where she was awarded Gold Medal for securing first position in her batch.