Margaret Ronkin is a social development expert, who is conducting her research on the identities of African-Pakistan Sheedies within a social constructionist framework. She pursued her bachelors in Community Studies at the American University, and masters in Theoretical Linguistics at the University of Illinois. Her dissertation focused on Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, and Concentration at the Georgetown University. Her profound passion for linguistics is reflected in her academic achievements and employment opportunities. She had enrolled in the University of California Berkeley Urdu Language Program in Pakistan.
Over the past three years, she has been a visiting professor of linguistics a the Quaid-i-Azam University; Inaugural Faculty in South Asian Studies at the Harvard University; Assistant Professor at the School of Foreign Survive, and Faculty Member Anthropology at the Lahore University of Management Sciences.