Khalid Mahmood (Chairman)
Khalid Mahmood has been the CEO of Getz Pharma (Pvt) Limited, Pakistan, since its inception in 1995. Khalid currently serves on the board of the Zindagi Trust (www.zindagitrust.org) and the board of Eqbal Ahmed Center for Public Education. (www.eacpe.org). He has served as the president of the board of The World Wide Fund for Nature – Pakistan (WWF-P) during 2013-2015. Khalid is a supporter of the preservation and development of music, theatre arts and culture. Khalid supports programs and initiatives in the areas of education, health, and sports for the underprivileged communities. Khalid has an MBA from Rutgers School of Management, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA and a B.S in Industrial Engineering from California State University, Pomona, California, USA.
Nadeem Khalid (Treasurer)
Nadeem is the CEO of Herbion. He is a graduate of Peoples Friendship University, Moscow, Russia. He has been active in theatre, literary and social groups like Dastak, Research Forum and several literary organizations.He is currently serving on the Board of Governors of WWF and several other professional and business bodies. He has also served as Commodore of Karachi Yacht Club and is currently its Secretary.
Nazish Brohi (Secretary)
Nazish is an independent researcher with sixteen years of work experience in the social development sector in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq. Her various publications focus on the state; conflict; democratization; women’s rights and social change. Nazish was awarded a Senior Visitor Fellowship at Charles Wallace Trust at Oxford University, UK. She has previously been a member of the governing body of the Arts Council of Pakistan and a consultant for Lok Virsa, the national institute of folk heritage. She writes for Dawn newspaper and is an activist with the Women’s Action Forum.
Faisal Siddiqi is a Lawyer practicing in the High Court and Supreme Court of Pakistan in the areas of Constitutional, Corporate, Civil and Criminal Law. Faisal did a BSC in Sociology from the London School of Economics & Political Science; and an MA in Law, from the University of Cambridge, UK. He is a former Advisor/Consultant to the Attorney General for Pakistan. He is also a Board Member of the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER), Karachi, and is a Founding Trustee of the Legal Aid Foundation for Victims of Rape and Sexual Assault. He has a varied general litigation practice in constitutional, civil and criminal law and specializes in pro-bono human rights litigations. He has been a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science and McGill University and has also published academically and writes a regular column in Dawn.