Amna Zafar serves as the Communications Manager at Code for Pakistan, bringing over 12 years of experience in media and communications. Her professional journey includes significant exposure to various media organizations internationally and within Pakistan, enriching her skills and understanding of the media landscape.

In the summer of 2007, Amna undertook an internship as a sub-editor with the Western Mail, Trinity Mirror Group Plc in Cardiff, UK. This role involved writing news stories, features, and book reviews and researching the significance of local and regional media in Wales. Her career also includes internships with notable organizations such as the Dawn Group of Newspapers and Al-Jazeera in Islamabad, where she worked as a sub-editor and location reporter.

After graduating, Amna returned to Pakistan despite having the opportunity to join BBC World News in London. She then worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Strategic Studies in Islamabad, focusing on the European region's trade, economic, foreign relations, and security policies in relation to Pakistan. Her contributions included preparing policy updates, briefings, conference presentations, and academic papers.

In December 2009, Amna moved to Karachi and joined the Express-News Group as a producer. In this role, she produced shows and documentaries on current affairs and ran over 100 episodes of one of the only tech shows in Pakistan, among other productions to her credit. Her work required coordination across the organization's Lahore and Islamabad offices and in Karachi.

Outside of her professional life, Amna volunteers with non-profit organizations in Sindh; she enjoys connecting with nature and is an avid reader.

Amna holds a degree in Journalism from Cardiff and is currently based in Karachi, Pakistan. Her background and experiences contribute significantly to her role at Code for Pakistan, where she applies her expertise in media and communications to support the organization's goals.