Masters in chemical engineering (Punjab University) and business administration (LUMS). He has more than twenty years of corporate management experience in oil and gas exploration, heavy mechanical engineering and construction.
Graduate in commerce (Punjab University). He has more than 30 years experience in education sector i.e. leading and managing a chain of private schools in Punjab.
Fellow of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (FRCOG, UK). She has more than 30 years experience of specialist gynaecology and obstetrics care in UK, Saudi Arabia and UAE.
Masters in education (Punjab University). She has more than 30 years experience of education sector i.e. teaching and managing private school in Punjab.
Amir Khan is a leading public health professional with diverse experience in research, strategic planning, programme development, as well as implementation and management of projects/interventions. The range of his research work includes randomized controlled trial, policy reviews, prospective intervention studies, surveys, evaluation studies, qualitative studies, economic analysis, and stakeholder analysis. Many of the research work has already been published in peer reviewed journals including Lancet, Health Policy and Planning, IUATLD Journal, and Social Science Medicine. Currently he is coordinating a DFID supported five-year communicable disease research programme in Pakistan (April 2006- March 2011). The development experience includes: national and provincial level strategic planning, project formulation, development of interventions, systems and guidelines, as well as development of training materials for managers, care providers and communities. The management and project implementation experiences include: country director of rural health care delivery programme in three provinces of Pakistan (six years), multi-partner research activities with national disease control programmes, working linkages with overseas teaching institutions, and TB and malaria interventions in about fifty districts of Pakistan. Based on recognized performance in the field of public health, elected as a Chair of the IUATLD Health Systems Strengthening and TB Education Working Group (2001 – to date), Vice and then Chair of IUATLD TB Scientific Section (2003 – 2007), member of IUATLD Ethics Advisory Group (2003 – 2008), and member of Executive Board (2008 – to date). Since 2008, the University of Leeds has appointed him Senior Lecturer Public Health (honorary).