Board Of Directors

Dr. Ijaz Nabi
Dr Ijaz Nabi is a Professor of Economics Lahore University of Management Sciences. He is also member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the State Bank of Pakistan. In October 2009, he was appointed Pakistan Country Director, International Growth Center, a policy research consortium of London School of Economics and Oxford University. Dr. Nabi returned to Pakistan in 2008 after 22 years at the World Bank in Washington.
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tayyab
MBBS, FRCOG (UK), FCPS, MRCP (Ire), FRCS (Edin), MCPS (HPE), FCPS (Bangladesh)
He is Vice President of Society of Obstetrics & Gynaecology of Pakistan (SOGP), 2013-2016. He has vast experience in the workup and management of fertility issues and assisted conception techniques after being trained in UK for almost 4 years till 1995. He participated worldwide in Fertility Scientific Conferences & presented at various conferences. As a medical educationist he is recipient of Best University Teacher award in 2005 from Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan. He is A sitting councilor of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (CPSP) for the term 2015-2019.
Dr. Naved Hamid
Dr. Naved Hamid is Professor of Economics at the Lahore School of Economics. He has a BA (Hons.) in Economics from Cambridge University, UK, and a PhD in Economics from Stanford University, USA. Prior to joining the Lahore School of Economics, he was at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) where he worked in various capacities, including ‘Acting Chief Economist for South Asia’ and Deputy Country Director and Team Leader for Pakistan. Before joining ADB he was Professor of Economics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences.
Dr. Yasmeen Sabeeh Qazi
Dr. Yasmeen Sabeeh Qazi has been associated with David and Lucile Packard Foundation since October 2003 as their Senior Country Advisor. She is also a senior Technical Advisor at Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She has obtained her diploma in Reproductive Health from University of Melbourne, Execution Education Certificate, Harvard Kennedy School and has closely worked with donors and international agencies on Reproductive Health matters. In 2004, she was invited to deliver a speech in British Parliament House on “Status of Maternal Health in Pakistan” and in addition, she received “Maymar-e-Watan” award from Sindh Government on account of her groundbreaking work on social development.