Bushra Mateen served as vice-chancellor of Lahore College for Women University. Bushra Mateen was born on 10 October 1943, her father was Mohammad Din Butt and her husband's name is Khawaja Abdul Mateen. She received her MSC. degree in chemistry at Punjab University and got her Ph. D. degree from the Queen Mary, University of London. About 30 of Mateen's research publications are published in both national and international journals, she has been teaching Master's level organic chemistry and environmental chemistry for more than 37 years. As a Vice-Chancellor, she played a key role in getting Lahore College for Women upgraded to a university status in 2002, she was able to bring about improvements of education in general and science education in particular while she served at this university. Besides her academic activities, Bushra Mateen was a active participant in sports and is a Life Member of Hilal Ahmar, for their Punjab, Pakistan branch, she is a member of Pakistan Hockey Federation Council.
Bushra Mateen has been active as a social worker in Pakistan: Bushra Mateen was appointed as ISESCO/UNESCO chair for women in science in the Asian region at Lahore College for Women University in 2005. In 2011, Bushra Mateen was the chief guest at an inter-university debating competition in Lahore; the competition was held at the Lahore College for Women University. Tamgha-e-Imtiaz by the President of Pakistan in 2013. UNESCO Chair for women in science in Asian Region in 2005 Lahore College for Women University homepage Publications by Bushra Mateen
James Rand McNally is an American politician serving as the 50th and current Lieutenant Governor of Tennessee since 2017. A member of the Republican Party, he has been the Tennessee State Senator from the 5th district since 1987, which encompasses Anderson County, Loudon County, Monroe County, as well as part of Knox County. McNally was born in Boston and graduated from Oak Ridge High School in 1962, obtained a Bachelor of Science from Memphis State University in 1967, graduated from University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy in 1969. McNally is a Roman Catholic. Beginning in the late 1960s, he worked as a pharmacist in chain drug stores. Starting in 1978 he was employed as a hospital pharmacist at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. McNally has served in the Tennessee General Assembly since 1979, he was elected to the 91st through 94th General Assemblies as a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives. He was a key figure in the Operation Rocky Top investigation in the late 1980s, when he worked undercover to help the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation obtain evidence on political corruption in the Tennessee state government.
He moved to the state senate for the 95th General Assembly in 1987, has served there continuously since then. He is the former Chair of the Senate Finances and Means committee, former Vice-Chair of the Senate Rules Committee, a former member of the Senate General Welfare Committee and the Joint Fiscal Review Contract Services Subcommittee. McNally was a candidate for Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the Senate in 2007, but fellow Republican Ron Ramsey was elected to that position. On January 10, 2017, he was elected Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the Senate by the Tennessee State Senate, he is a resident of Oak Ridge. Sandra Roberts, Before Tennessee Waltz, there was Rocky Top; the Tennessean, June 5, 2005. Larry Daughtrey, Lieutenant governor's contest may be a mystery worth decoding; the Tennessean. May 28, 2006. Senator Randy McNally, Tennessee General Assembly website Senator James Randy McNally, Project Vote Smart