|Mr. Farooq Khan is a development professional with over 25 years of work experience in the development sector. His expertise includes grant management, project management, agricultural and rural development, research related to gender and development, desert ecology, environment, climate change and food security. Mr. Khan holds an advanced degree in development studies from the University of Oslo, Norway.|
|Ms. Seyal is the founding member of SYCOP, the crisis centre for women Founder member and Ex. district coordinator of CRC (Child Rights Committee) Muzaffargarh. She is also the ,ember of Sanat Zar management committee, chairperson Darul Aman management committee, Muzaffargarh. She was elected twice (2000 & 2005) as a Member district assembly district council.|
|Dr. Muhammad Farooq has a PhD from Royal Hollloway, University of London. His thesis was, “Madrasa Education and Marginalization of Women in Pakistan.” He is primarily an academic and his work focuses on gender Studies, women empowerment and madrasa curriculum and education.|
Javed Iqbal has specialized in Economics from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE) and the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He is an economist with a special interest and experience in finance.
| Irfan Waheed Mir
Irfan Waheed Mir is a Michigan State University graduate. He is a creative, goal oriented senior executive with multiple years’ experience in Retail Banking.
Maryam Bibi is the Chief Executive of Khwendo Kor ‘Sister’s Home”. Her work revolves around Policy and Advocacy, Gender Development ,Research, Planning & Management, and Social Development . She has received a Human Rights award from President of Pakistan, an Honorary Doctorate offer from University of York, UK, UN ‘Recognition of Services’ Award.
|Prof. Dr. Samina Qadir
Professor Doctor Samina Qadir is the Vice chancellor of Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Being an Academic, She has previously taught at Bahauddin Zakaria University, Multan., Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad and the Federal Government College for Women, Islamabad. She has a PhD in Linguistics from Lancaster University England.
Mr. Abdul Qadir has a long experience in initiating a large number of innovative programmes in areas of politics and societies including policy reforms dialogue in Pakistan. In the past he was associated with the Pakistan Manpower Institute (PMI). He has studied statistics and economics from the university of Karachi and diploma studies from the International Institute of Labour Studies Geneva.