Ms. Humera Malik
The Chairperson SPARC Board of Directors is an expert in development-related activities and one of the country’s few specialists on the Participatory Research Approach. She is presently working with BHP Billiton’s Community Programme and has served voluntarily with Cavish.
Mr. Qazi Azmat Isa
Mr Isa is an economist currently working as Chief Executive with the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) in Islamabad. He has previously worked with the World Bank in Islamabad and Afghanistan, the UNDP/World Bank Water and Sanitation Program and Balochistan Rural Support Program (BRSP). He also serves as board member with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Aurat Foundation and LEAD Pakistan.
Mr. Anees Jillani
Mr Jillani is a Supreme Court lawyer and a member of the Washington DC Bar. He founded SPARC in 1992 and served as its National Coordinator till 2006. He has authored a number of books and articles on child rights and child protection issues.
Dr. Attiya Inayatullah
Dr Attiya has been on SPARC’s board since June 2003. She has served in the National Assembly of Pakistan and was member of the UNESCO Board and Family Planning Association of Pakistan. She also extended great support to the civil society in presenting the Charter of Child Rights Bill and Prohibition of Corporal Punishment Bill in the National Assembly.
Mr. Rashid Rehman Advocate,
The Ex-Chairman of SPARC’s Board of Directors is and Advocate of the High Court, and actively involved with the civil society sector, particularly the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
Ms Maryam is the founder and Chief Executive of Khwendo Kor, an organization which focuses on the development of women, children and families in the remote areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). She has worked with GTZ- the international development enterprise of the German government.
Mr Gul Mastoi
Mr Mastoi has vast experience in monitoring education, health, water, sanitation and income generating projects of a number of civil society organizations. He is currently working with SMC- Community Mobilization and as a Public-Private Partnership Expert at British Council, Karachi.
Salma Majeed Jafar
Ms. Jaffar is a child rights expert who has worked with the ILO, World Bank and Save the Children.
Mr Ibrahim has a rich experience in accountancy and has been a member of Technical Advisory Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) for the last sixteen years.