Dawood N. Ghaznavi has been designated as the the Acting Dean of the Karachi School for Business & Leadership (KSBL). Over the past two years he has worked with Cambridge University’s Judge Business School to develop a modern MBA curriculum that deploys current lessons from today’s business environment to respond to today’s Pakistani issues. With acknowledged thought leaders as KSBL faculty, this will help develop ethical leadership with entrepreneurial energy and innovative thinking.
Dawood has over 30 years of experience in the public, private and educational sectors both in Pakistan as well as in Europe, the USA and South East Asia. His strength is in establishing and restructuring organizations. As CEO, he established WWF Pakistan and grew it to become the largest environmental NGO in the country. As the Chief Operating Officer for the ADB funded program in Thailand, he established a center for coordinating economic development among the countries of the Greater Mekong Sub region. As Programme Director for Asia Pacific at WWF International, he oversaw the setting up of WWF organizations in Indonesia and Thailand. As the country head for Nestle in Cambodia, he grew the fledgling organization into a robust full spectrum company. Other experiences include stints with corporate USA, Malaysia and Pakistan
Dawood has been Associate Professor of Management at LUMS and Director of the Social Enterprise Development Center there.
He is currently on the board of PACRA and on the Steering Committee of the European Union-SEA Net. He has served as the Chair of the WWF Sustainable Resource Use Advisory Group, as Co-Chair of the Working Group on Agriculture reporting to the Prime Minister of Cambodia and as Chair of the ILO sponsored Cambodian National Council on Disabled Persons.
Mr. Ghaznavi has a Masters Degree in Engineering from Moscow and a Masters Degree in Management from Yale University, USA.
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