Hamza Farooqui

Sr. Project Engineer II

Market: Houston
Region: Central

B.S in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Houston.

I joined Project Farma back in February 2022. During my time, I have was mainly based in the North East region where I supported two long term clients and was the Technical Lead for QC operations on my second project. Currently I have moved back to my home town of Houston where I am currently supporting my third client and am leading the effort to get their entire facility GMP ready. Though I have only been on three projects, I have been exposed to and / or lead a variety of technical operations such as CQV document drafting, QC methods, and EMPQ. I have also begun to get involved with the project management side of my current project as well where I am responsible for scheduling, resource management, and client relationships.

What excites you about being a mentor?
I take a great deal of pride when I am able to teach others the skills that I have gained over the years, and seeing them succeed and grow as a professional and as an individual. I believe that my mentees success is my success, as well as the company’s. As a mentor, I also wish to have an open dialogue with others and be able to walk through any accomplishments and future goals, but also be there when a team member needs someone to listen and give advice. I believe that this open and honest dialogue between mentor and mentee is what allows both parties to grow for the better.

What are you looking for in a mentee?
I am looking for team members who wish to get career, project, and professional advice. I want to be able to give any insights and information that I may have to help someone and I am looking for those who are committed to their personal and professional growth. I wish for team members to ask questions, be self-aware, take feedback, and most importantly be honest so that I may be able to mentor as effectively as possible.

Hobbies/Fun Facts:
I love to play pool, hang out with friends, and play basketball.