Sabiha is the founder and president of The World Bee Project CIC, a British social enterprise.
The World Bee Project seeks to help create a people’s movement that places the natural world at the heart of public policy, and enshrines environmental protection in national constitutions. Its WorldBeeCity© program aims to become an international showcase for governments, NGOs, scientists and the public working together to achieve a common goal of healthy urban pollinators.
The World Bee Project is the first worldwide initiative offering comprehensive services to address the global pollination decline challenge. Its work aims to benefit local communities, improve resilience, enhance food security, and offer measurable solutions to the pollination crisis.
Sabiha is also the founder and president of the British charity Sanghata Global, and founder of the educational program, the Sanghata-Monterey Frontier Market Scouts (FMS), winner of the Ashoka U-Cordes Award for Impact, Innovation and Potential for Replicability. The FMS program is active in around 30 countries where its participating ‘Scouts’ and ‘Fellows’ offer business management skills to scale social enterprises and facilitate impact investment. Sanghata is a global founding partner of Village Capital. Its primary educational partner is the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS).
Sabiha serves on the board of the Center for Social Impact Learning (CSIL), California. She is an associate founder at the Lifeboat Foundation, a US think tank.
At its launch in 2009, she was an associate founder at Singularity University, NASA Ames, California.