Nigar Nazar is the first woman cartoonist of Pakistan and of the Muslim world. She is the CEO of Gogi Studios. She received the Government of Pakistan’s Fatima Jinnah Award for her contribution to Art. Her character, Gogi, has appeared in different newspapers and magazines and at present the cartoon strip appears regularly on her official Facebook page (GogiStudios). Four children’s hospitals in Islamabad and Rawalpindi have been decorated with Gogi cartoons and health messages. These have made the hospitals child friendly. Nigar has also authored and illustrated twenty-seven books for children. Nigar Nazar is twice a Fulbrighter and was the first to be nominated for the programme, Visiting Fulbright Specialist to Colorado College. She is also one of the founding members of the Asian Youth Association for animators and cartoonists (AYAAC), China. She was nominated by BBC for ‘100 Global women who have made a difference in 2014’; NHK, largest TV channel of Japan, has produced a 28-minute documentary which was aired on 19 and 20 February 2015. Recently the President of Pakistan launched her book on corruption. She was recently voted for ‘50 Power Women of Pakistan’ a survey conducted by ‘The News’.