|Born||1976 (age 40–41)
|Education||Chelsea College of Art and Design
Surrey Institute of Art and Design
|Known for||Textile arts, Weaving|
Wahid attended the Chelsea College of Art and Design 1994–1995 and was awarded a first class degree from Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College|Surrey Institute of Art and Design] in 1998.
Wahid's work mainly consists of inter-cultural threads, from her English upbringing and spiritual Islamic influences using the Bangladeshi technique. Her work was mainly influenced through the discovery of a fabric native to Bangladesh known as Baf-thana, which means woven air, and studied the thread to develop her fabrics known as “woven air.”
Wahid has also taught at Warwick School for Boys as the Art, Design and Textiles teacher and now at Frederick Bremer School Specialist Engineering College (an amalgamation of Warwick School for Boys and Aveling Park School) as well as a form tutor.