Friday, November 12, 2010

Muhammad Azfar Ahsan

Muhammad Azfar Ahsan, 34 is a Change Activist, Political Analyst and Entrepreneur.

As a CEO of Nutshell Forum; international conference management and training resource organization, he had organized more than two hundred and fifty national and international conferences, seminars, training workshops and group discussions in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Singapore and Bahrain.

Azfar is an active Rotarian. He spends fourteen years in Rotaract and Rotary Clubs and also served as District Rotaract Representative of Rotary International District 3270 in 2003-04. Currently he is Chairman of RYLA - Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and Co-Chairman of Diplomats Coordination Committee of Rotary International District 3271.

He is the President of Regional Center for Research and DIALOGUE (RCRD), a private sector think tank aimed to promote the social, economic and political rebuilding of South Asian countries.

He is the Founder and CEO of Asian Leadership Society and Asian HRM Network.

In 2008 US State Department invited him as their official guest under the auspices of International Visitor Leadership Program on “NGO Management”.

He is one of the founding members of Pakistan US Alumni Associtaion and recently elected as Secretary General for two years term.

He is affiliated with several professional organizations including Pakistan Sri Lanka Business Forum, Pakistan Japan Cultural Association, JCI Business Network, Marketing Association of Pakistan, Management Association of Pakistan, International Federation for Training & Development Organizations, Bahrain Society for Training and Development, Kuwait Human Resources Association and Pakistan Food Forum.

Keeping in view his services for human resource management he also appointed as the Member Advisory Council of World HRD Congress, India.

In last eleven years, he managed dozens of community projects all over Pakistan in the field of health and education. He traveled to different countries of South Asia, Middle East, Europe and United States to meet government functionaries and fellow professionals and also to attend and speak at seminars and forums being held in these countries.