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Sohail Ansari is co-founder and president of the Indus Society for Human and Environmental Development (iSHED). He is also working as a Program Manager at Time Warner Cable where in his 15 year carrier he has been two time recipient of the Mission Value and Performance (MVP) Award. He holds Bachelors of Engineering degree from the NED University, Karachi, Pakistan and Master of Science in Engineering Management degree from Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, USA. He has been an active member of the Sindhi Diaspora in North America and volunteered his services for the growth and betterment of the rural communities in Pakistan through many platforms. He has been serving as Board of Directors for iSHED since 2014. He can be reached at.


Dr. Lohano is a graduate from Sindh Medical College, University of Karachi, Pakistan in 1992. He currently works in New Albany, Indiana and specializes in Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism. Dr. Lohano has 23 years of experience as a physician and is affiliated with Clark Memorial Hospital and Floyd Memorial Hospital.He is an active member of Pakistani Physicians community and has served as member of the board on Association of Pakistani Physicians of Kentucky and Indiana (APPKI) for number of years and remained president of the Association between 2014 and 2015. He has been a strong voice for participative community development for rural communities in Pakistan and co-sponsored many initiatives. He has been serving as Board of Directors for iSHED since 2014. He can be reached at:


Jamal Khudai has been working in USA since more than 20 years. He has held several positions at Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) in Chicago, Illinois and American Transmission Company (ATC) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is a graduate of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan and completed his Masters of Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. Mr. Khudai loves travels and photography, and is fluent in many languages including Spanish and Indonesian. Coming from a very poor family and working his way through life to accomplish what he has, Mr. Khudai truly values the humanitarian causes for the betterment of the disfranchised and under-served populations. He has been serving on the Board of Directors for iSHED since 2014. He can be reached by his email address.


Dr. Farah Salahuddin is a board-certified endocrinologist and internal medicine physician. Dr. Salahuddin has special interest in diabetes, as well as thyroid, pituitary, calcium and metabolic syndrome disorders. She is currently working for the Arora Medical Center in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. Dr. Salahuddin has been an active member of Pakistani diaspora and a regular contributor to humanitarian causes from various platforms. She is one of the founding members of iSHED has remain active on its board since 2014.


Summeya is co-founder and active board member of the Indus Society for Human and Environmental Development (iSHED). She has been working as Care Giver for children with disabilities for last 7 years in Metro Milwaukee Area. She has a Master of Science in English from University of Sindh, Jamshoro Hyderabad and worked as a high school teacher before moving to USA. Ms. Ansari has been serving as Board of Directors for iSHED since 2014.


Mr. Brohi is an active member of the Pakistani/Sindhi diaspora living in USA. He has volunteered his services on many forums and is a great champion of the humanitarian causes both in and outside of the country. Currently he is retired from his professional services and lives in greater Washington DC area. Mr. Brohi has been serving as the Board of Directors for iSHED since 2014.

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