Ayesha Razzaque has a doctorate in Educational Administration from the College of Education, Michigan State University (MSU). She received her masters degree in the same from MSU. Ayesha benefits from ten plus years of experience supporting education development in a variety of social and political contexts, specifically in Pakistan and Afghanistan. She writes regularly for the The News International and
A Rawalpindi-based TV scriptwriter with twentyseven years’ experience. He is also a novelist, storywriter, poet, and actor.
Jalil Aali is a highly regarded poet, literary critic, and educationist. Born in Amritsar, India, he was educated at Lahore. He holds master’s degrees from the University of the Punjab, in Urdu and Sociology. After a career of teaching, he retired as Head of the Department of Urdu language and literature, Federal Government Sir Syed College, Rawalpindi. He has published
Suhail Bin Aziz is an educationist with more than 21 years experience in education sector. He is a teacher, teacher trainer, Curriculum developer, assessment expert, author of five books and translator of eight books. At present he is working as Assistant Educational Adviser at National Curriculum Council playing a major role in development of first ever Single National Curriculum of
Pakistani physicist, Dr Abdul Hameed Nayyar, taught at Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad for 32 years. Since retirement, he has pursued research on issues in education, energy, and nuclear disarmament. He has also been associated with Princeton University, USA, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), and the Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad in various capacities. He is a member of the International
Anushay Malik is primarily a labour historian with a geographical focus on South Asia. Her teaching and research interests focus on labour movements with particular attention to the space of the city and the way in which it affects worker organization and possibilities. This idea, of possibilities, underlies most of her work and was the main focus of her PhD
Wasim Sajjad is a Pakistani conservative politician and lawyer who served as the acting president of Pakistan for two non-consecutive terms and as the Chairman of the Senate between 1988 and 1999. Born in Jalandhar, British India, Sajjad’s father (Justice Sajjad Ahmad Jan) went on to serve as a judge of the Supreme Court, later becoming Chief Election Commissioner of
Wajahat Malik lives in Islamabad and Mansehra. By profession he is a documentary filmmaker, producer, and a TV presenter of travel films. He is an avid mountain climber, paragliding pilot, a self-professed social scientist, and a keen connoisseur of absurdity.
Tooba Akhtar is the Director of Programs at Teach For Pakistan (TFP), Islamabad. Tooba looks after all aspects of pre-service and in-service training, and leadership support for fellows and alumni of TFP. Tooba started her career as a TFP fellow teaching English to classes 6, 7, and 8 in a government school in Karachi. She was also part of the
Talhah is the CEO at Knowledge Platform Pakistan. He is an expert in designing learning solutions for corporate and education sectors in Asia and has led many successful learning interventions inside and outside Pakistan during his 20 years at Knowledge Platform. For the last few years, his focus has been on designing and rolling out scalable technology-based solutions for all