Wasfia Nazreen Chowdhury is a Bangladeshi mountain climber, lobbyist, social laborer and essayist. She is the principal Bangladeshi. As a Bengali she finished the Seven Summits record taking after mountain climber Reinhold Messner’s varieties. National Geographic perceived Nazreen as one of their Adventurers of the Year 2014 to 2015. She was chosen out of appreciation for her activism. She is woman to enabling ladies through her work in the field of enterprise. She was again chosen as one of their Emerging Explorers in 2016. She was turning into the principal female to hold both the National Geographic Adventurer and Emerging Explorer assignments.
Wasfia Nazreen Chowdhury was born on 27 th October 1982 in Dhaka. She is the most youthful kid and just little girl of Mahmuda Nahar. She is an artist and teacher and Nazmee Jahan Chowdhury is a worker at James Finlay Bangladesh. Nazreen lived in Khulna. She considered in Sunflower Nursery school and afterward Coronation Girls’ High School there. Her family moved to their past home in Chittagong. There she was admitted at Mahila Samity Girls’ High School.
Wasfia Nazreen Chowdhury got a grant to Agnes Scott College. It is a private ladies’ school in Decatur, Georgia. On 18 November 2015, Nazreen achieved the summit of Carstensz Pyramid and summit of Oceania. She finished a four years in length journey to the Seven Summits. She committed it to the “Soul of 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh. On 26 March 2011, to commend 40 years of Bangladeshi autonomy, Nazreen propelled. She is the “Bangladesh on Seven Summits” Campaign. Nazreen was the primary Bangladeshi to summit Aconcagua, South America’s most astounding pinnacle. These are the most noteworthy crest outside of the Himalayas.
Wasfia Nazreen Chowdhury is the subject of the 2016 story Wasfia made by Apple Inc. It was created by Academy Awards named RYOT Films. The story was shot and debuted at the Telluride Mountainfilm celebration same year. The story is right now on visit far and wide. It is being emerged as a feature of the National Geographic Short film Showcase.