Ameena Saiyid is the current managing director of Oxford University Press in Pakistan. She became the head of OUP Pakistan in 1988, becoming the first woman to ever head a multinational company in Pakistan. She is also the founder of Karachi Literature Festival.
Arshad Mahmud is a prominent Pakistani actor and music composer. He is a faculty member at the National Academy of Performing Arts, Karachi.
Asif Aslam Farrukhi, is a Pakistani writer and editor who is a physician by training, a writer and a translator. He has translated books from English into Urdu. He has edited and compiled many anthologies of Pakistani writers.
Faisal Kapadia is a writer/blogger/activist, former editor Urdu Voices Lingua in Global Voices & former editor Pak Tea House. He is also the C.E.O of Mindmap Communications and a digital mentor at the Nest I/O.
Liaquat Merchant has acquired forty years of experience in the practice of law in England in addition to experience in litigation and corporate law practice in India, U.A.E and Pakistan since 1964. Mr. Merchant also served as Deputy Attorney General of Pakistan for 2 years during 1985 and 1986 and appeared in important constitutional cases for the Government of Pakistan.
Mansoor Karim is the Chief Executive Officer at J. WalterThompson – Pakistan. He was nominated as the Vice Chairman of the Advertising Association of Pakistan (AAP) in 2011. He is also an active member of the American Business Council of Karachi, and a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization.
Sheema Kirmani is a renown classical dancer and social activist. She heads Thereek-i-Niswan, a cultural group that uses theatre, dance and music to convey messages on social issues.
Zara Basharat is the former head of Corporate Communications & CSR at the Express Media Group. She is the Campaign Director for Aao Parhao– an interactive campaign that aims to change the future of Pakistani children.