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When I was younger, I thought about becoming involved in sports, but had no motivation, and in retrospect, no role model.

In her free time, Atiya enjoys consuming large amounts of chocolate and TV shows.

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My parents were very supportive of my education and I was very fortunate that they gave me the freedom and flexibility to select a major of my choosing.

I received scholarships to attend the University of Central Florida where I received my Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering with a minor in Math, so even with my own choice, I was a parent’s dream [for their son :)].

My father’s passing, which was sudden and traumatic, was a bit more bearable for me when I put my energy into weightlifting and working towards a goal.

Losing someone in your life is very difficult, but you learn from the pain and how to heal and cope in your own way. I was told I would have to compete in a customary singlet where my legs, arms and head would be uncovered, so I chose not to compete.

Her athletic feats and determination culminated in an invitation to deliver remarks at the 2011 U. State Department’s Eid ul Fitr reception following then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

She received her bachelors in Computer Engineering at the University of Central Florida and her doctorate in Electrical/Computer engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Kulsoom Abdullah, a Pakistani-American who opened the door for women to wear clothing that adheres to religious codes at weightlifting competitions, began competing in 2010.

She represented Pakistan at the 2011 World Weightlifting Championships as the first woman at the international level to compete wearing hijab (Muslim observance of covering the head, arms and legs etc.).

She is currently a visiting scholar at Georgia Tech and a researcher at Damballa. was actually recruiting people in the medical field.