Jalila Haider a founder of WE THE HUMANS, Pakistan is the first female attorney of her Hazara community, an ethnic minority in Baluchistan, Pakistan that is frequently victimized and subject to discrimination. She specializes in defending women’s rights and provides free counseling and legal services to poverty-affected women on fair justice, extra-judicial killing, domestic violence, marriage disputes, sexual harassment, and property rights. She pleads for human rights and raises her voice against the forced disappearance and extrajudicial killing of missing persons and genocide of minorities of Pakistan. Jalila is also an active member in the National Commission of Justice and Peace, working to enact personal laws for minorities in Pakistan. In recognition of her service, Jalila was nominated by her community as an independent election candidate for the General Election in 2013. She is also an active member of Baluchistan Youth Forum, working in collaboration with the Center for Research and Security Studies, to promote secularism, rule of law, and harmony among the people of Baluchistan and other provinces. Jalila has also become the 50 most influential and powerful Women of Pakistan in THE NEWS WOMEN POWER 50.she also selected as the emerging leaders of Pakistan fellow 2014, represented Baluchistan province with the other youth of Pakistan in USA. She was invite by Jadeja foundation as first batch of Pakistani fellows who attended Rajiv circle fellowship by Jadeja Motwani foundation in San Francisco in the year 2015. On her return from US she took back many ideas and shared with different youth group, and shared the idea that how can we take a proper step to implement such ideas through her organization WE THE HUMANS.