Mrs Tahia Noon wife of Malik Adnan Hayat Noon was born on May 20, 1973 in Karachi. She obtained the degree of B.A (Hons) in 1996 and the degree of M.A (Mental & Moral Sciences) from Trinity College, Dublin Ireland. She remained Member, Punjab Assembly during 2013-18 and served in various Governmental Committees/Boards/Corporations including Public Accounts Committee-II; The Punjab Land Records Authority; The Punjab Institute of Cardiology Board of Management; The Punjab Land Development Corporation; and The Punjab Tourism Development Corporation. She has returned to the Punjab Assembly for the second consecutive term in General Elections 2018 against one of the seats reserved for women. She has extensively travelled abroad. She belongs to a renowned family of acclaimed, seasoned and famous politicians. Her husband remained Member of National Assembly during 1997-99; her grandfather, Sardar Aslam Khan Jalwana remained Member of National Assembly of Pakistan during 1965-69. Her husband’s grandfather, Malik Feroz Khan Noon served as Member, Punjab Legislative Council during 1921-23, 1924-26, 1927-30 (Minister for Local Self Government) and 1930-36 (Minister for Education); and as Member, Punjab Legislative Assembly during 1946-47 and 1951-55. He also functioned as Governor of East Pakistan during 1950-53; as Chief Minister of Punjab during 1953-55; and as Prime Minister of Pakistan during 1957-58. Her uncle, Malik Nur Hayat Khan Noon remained Member of National Assembly of Pakistan during 1965-69, 1977 and 1985-88. He also functioned as Federal Minister for Health, Special Education & Welfare and Communication.