Huma is a medical doctor who concluded her basic training at Oxford University Hospitals. Her alma mater includes the Universities of Bradford, Aberdeen and Oxford. Her clinical, academic and personal interests include forensic, global and conflict psychiatry in addition to wider inequalities within education and health specific to intersections of race, gender and social class.

She has co-founded Meer-e-Karwan, a social activism and educational platform, which endeavours to create awareness and engage communities in meaningful dialogue. She serves on the advisory board for African Caribbean Medical Mentors, volunteers for The Rights Collective and is an active member of Workforce Race Equality Network at Leeds & York Partnership Foundation Trust.

She is often found buried somewhere under a pile of books, which focus mainly on The Partition, contemporary India and Pakistan, gender studies, black history, human rights and world literature. She has written for several platforms exploring the aforementioned issues and endeavours to continue in the path of [un]learning.

Having discovered a lot of life late in life, she has begun early conversations with Mycroft the Cello and enjoys exploring languages. Following on in her delusions of grandeur, she considers herself a photographer and her amateur attempts can be found here.