|الميلاد||سنة 1971 (العمر 48–49 سنة)|
|المهنة||سياسية، وسيدة أعمال|
Homeyra Mokhtarzada. "The Transition Ends and the Work Begins". Ace Project. مؤرشف من الأصل في 15 مايو 2019. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 13 يونيو 2010.
In Herat province, the top vote winner was a woman: Fauzia Gailani. A candidate for the Wolesi Jirga, she won 16,885 votes, or 3.6 percent of the provincial total. A mother of six who started a chain of fitness clubs in Herat after the fall of the Taliban, she has become well known for her rhetoric on equal rights and against child marriage.
Kim Barker (2005-11-06). "A conservative Afghan city elects a woman". شيكاغو تريبيون. مؤرشف من الأصل في 3 مارس 2016. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 13 يونيو 2010.
Her life started out much like those of other Herat women. At age 13, while she still played with dolls, she was forced to marry a man who was 15 years older. She was his second wife. But after moving to Iran during Afghanistan's wars, Gailani fell in love with sports. She started exercising and worked at a gym for women. When her family moved back to Herat after the Taliban fell, she brought two carloads of equipment to start gyms for women in Herat.
- "Profile: Herat Profile" (PDF). Navy Postgraduate School. 2009.