Mr. Moiz Ahmad is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan, holds a Masters Degree in Administrative Science and is a Certified Director. Currently he is engaged in freelance professional work which includes management and human development consulting for educational institutions, running executive training programs, conducting training of Corporate Governance Leadership Skills program modules and teaching at the Institute of Business Administration as visiting faculty. Previously, he has had several years of experience working both at corporate and not for profit organizations. His experience and involvement at not for profit organizations includes Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan, where he served as an Executive Director for five year until 2010; Deputy Chief Executive at The Citizens Foundation and Director Finance at IUCN-The World Conservation Union. Moreover in the corporate sector, he has worked with Fauji Oil Terminal and Distribution Company Ltd and Mari Gas Company Ltd (formerly Esso Eastern Inc) as Chief Financial Officer after starting his career at Wellcome Pakistan Ltd and completing training from A.F. Ferguson & Co. He has attended several courses including the “training of trainers” workshops on Corporate Governance Board Leadership and IFC Bank Governance Program, Advanced Management Program from the University of Pittsburgh and Managerial Grid program. He is passionate about human and institutional development and is involved in voluntary capacity with The Citizens Foundation, The Garage School and is a member of the “Board of Governors” at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture.