Fakhria is the founder and CEO of Momtaz Host.
Fakhria has studied Business in American University.
Fakhria has studied Business in American University. it's 10 year that she started social and cultural activities and learned Filmmaking and photography and computer skills. On 2012 attended 10k Women for business management program in Kabul, Afghanistan and on 2013 attended to Project Artemis for developed business management program in Arizona, USA.
Fakhria Ibrahimi Momtaz is the founder of
Momtaz Host, an Internet services company:
web host and domain provider, cyber security, online shopping, Google Workspace, graphic design, social media marketing and database design which has been founded on 2010 (www.momtazhost.com).
She has worked with Funder’s Network for Afghan Women as a local coordinator and worked in Canadian Women for Women of Afghanistan as a consultant. She made three documentary films, Left Hand (about left hand kids), Treasure Trove (about Afghan women bakery) and Stars (Travelling Afghan business women for an international workshop).
She has attended for an international calendar photo exhibition in USA and two of her photographs have been published in Canadian magazine (HERIZONS) and two of her photographs in “State of the World’s Minorities and Indigenous Peoples 2011” a book by Minority Rights Group International as she is the member of Minority Rights Group International. Recently she joined to Peace through Business Program and received "National Business Association Scholarship Award" and "2014 Enterprising Women of the Year Award". During the program she had tours in Google, Facebook, Mcfee, Brocade and Kaiser companies in San Francisco. Her company, Momtaz Host has got the membership of American Chamber of Commerce in Afghanistan.