Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed
Keynote Speaker at LCL 2014, Featured in Startup Oct, 2014
Professor Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed is the Chairman of Higher Education Commission. Before joining the HEC, Dr Ahmed was deputy director general of Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Isesco) in Rabat, Morocco, and was responsible for the Directorates of Education, Science, Culture and Communication, ICPSR, CPID (Planning and Strategic Division) and Isesco regional centres.
Faiez H. Seyal
Keynote Speaker at Startup Expo 2015
Faiez H. Seyal is a professional speaker, leading management consultant and an authority on the philosophy, practices, and psychology of CHANGE- an identity he has established through his consistent ability to help individuals, groups and organizations create their destinies.
Dr. Umar Saif
Featured in Startup Mag July 2015
Dr. Umar Saif is currently serving as VC Information Technology University. He returned to Pakistan essentially to be with his parents. However, he found the country ripe with opportunities for technological entrepreneurship and the use of technology to create solutions for developmental challenges.
Speaker at LCL
Khadija Mushtaq is a Pakistani educationist and an entrepreneur who serves as the Principal of Roots School System, Pakistan’s DHA-1 Campus and Executive Director of the Board of Directors for the Roots School System. She is the CEO of Roots Ivy International Schools and the chancellor of Roots Ivy International University
Guest Speaker at LCL 2013
Walid Mushtaq founder of Roots International Schools, idea sponsor of historic. Roots – Goethe institute partnership, Explore Ville Schools, CEO Richmond Global Traders. Walid is the visionary behind RAPID, Roots academy of professional & intellectual development that has trained over 10,000 teachers from private & public sector.
Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq
Featured in Startup Feb 2014, Keynote Speaker at LCL 2013
Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI – is a YPO Education & Family Chair of Capital Chapter at world’s leading Young Presidents Organization, national student counselor, academician, school practitioner and a social entrepreneur. He is the Founder & CEO of Roots millennium schools, Pakistan and is the member of Board of Roots School System, Pakistan.
Dr. Masoom Yasinzai
Startup Editorial Board, Speaker at LCL 2013
Professor Yasinzai was born in 1958. He had his primaryeducation from Kuchlak a suburb ofQuetta located only a few kilometres to the northwest of Quetta. He has M.Sc inBio-Organic Chemistry and a B.S in Biology and Chemistry. His research andacademic activities date back to 1980 when he started teaching at theUniversity of Balochistan.
Dr. Ali Sajid
Panelist at LCL 2013
Dr. Ali Sajid is a Professor of Management & Leadership, a Corporate Trainer, Community Development Volunteer, with firm believe on achieving results through “Management of Change & Motivational Aspects,” which enabled him to conceive, design & launch and successfully deliver outstanding results in Educational Management Arena of Pakistan.
Mentor at LCL 2014
Kashif Khan heads Kauffman Foundation USA’s local chapter called Global Entrepreneurship Network-Pakistan. He is also the Founder of “IEC” ieducatechildren.org which has partnered with “Alternate Solutions” www.alternatesolutions.co a community development and training consultancy focusing on Entrepreneurship, Startup Coaching & Training and Youth engagement.
Ansir A Rajput
Guest Speaker at LCL 2012
Dr. Ansir A. Rajput holds Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship, management graduate from Babson College, USA (ranked # 1 in MBA Entrepreneurship) and engineering graduate from Suny Buffalo, USA. Experienced corporate leader, consultant and trainer with multicultural experiences, possesses excellent interpersonal skills.Key areas include Education, Information Technology, Retail and Social Sector Business, Entrepreneurship.
Keynote speaker at LCL 2012, 2013
Mobashar Sadik is an MBA from Quaid-e-Azam University. He started his professional career from the Banking Industry. However, the love of academia compelled him to adapt teaching as a profession in 1997. Since then he has taught graduate and post-graduate classes at various prestigious Universities in Islamabad. Mr. Sadik comes with vast experience of educational management in the private sector.
Shoaib A Khan
Guest Speaker at LCL 2012
Dr. Khan’s areas of specialization are Digital Signal Processing, Digital Design and Communication System. He has authored or co-authored more 65 publications in journals and conferences. Dr. Khan has Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA. Analog Devices funded his Ph.D. on a project for MIT Lincoln Lab, which involved 64 SHARC.
Mentor & Contributor at Startup Mag
Tahir Chaudhry is the CEO Pakistan Institute of Entrepreneurship. Tahir believes Entrepreneurship is the pivitel tool to generate 100,000 jobs in ICT and Food Sector in Pakistan. I am expecting 500,000 jobs in next 5 years.
Dr. Arshad Ali
Mentor at LCL 2014
Prof. Dr Arshad Ali is a prolific researcher and academician. He has over 100 publications to his credit in national and international conferences & refereed journals.
Dr. Ishrat Hussain
Featured in Startup Mag July 2014
Ishrat Husain joined the elite Civil Service of Pakistan in 1964 and served in the field in Sindh and then East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and also held mid-level policy making positions in the Finance, Planning and Development Departments before moving to Washington in 1979 to join the World Bank. He is currently serving as Dean and Director IBA Karachi.
Exec. Director LUMS center for Entrepreneurship
Khurram Zafar is the founder and Executive Director at LUMS Center for Entrepreneurship. Board Director and Member of the Digital Financial Services Advisory Committee of Karandaaz Pakistan. Executive Director, LUMS Center for Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Lorraine Warren
Author/Contributor at Startup Magazine
Lorraine Warren has two decades of academic experience, joining the Russell Group University of Southampton’s School of Management in 2004 to undertake campus-wide strategic developments in entrepreneurship and innovation research and teaching. Currently, she is Director of the School’s Research Centre for Strategic Innovation. Before Southampton, she carried out a similar role at Loughborough University Business School (2002-4), focusing on technology entrepreneurship, incorporating best practice from the USA (MIT, NCSU, San Diego).