Farzeen Surve is a member of ISHA (Indian Speech and Hearing Association), MISHA (Maharashtra branch of the Indian Speech and Hearing Association) and RCI (Rehab Council of India). She received her Bachelors degree from Topiwala National Medical College (Nair Hospital), and received her Masters degree from Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech & Hearing Disabilities. Farzeen has completed autism intervention training program and is an Austism intervention certified therapist. Her professional experience includes working at Fortis Hospital, Mulund where she observed and provided therapeutic intervention for patients with childhood speech and language disorders, articulation disorders, voice disorders, fluency disorders, adult neurological language disorders and dysphagia. Her research interests are on attitudes of teachers towards children who stutter. She has actively participated in various seminars and workshops, and was a participant in making the Guinness World Record for "most BTE Hearing Aids fitted within 8 hours" in September at Navsari, Gujarat.