Dr. Mubina AgboatwallaChairperson
Dr. Mubina is the visionary behind HOPE, founded the NGO in 1997 with a group of dedicated workers committed to bringing literacy and health to the neglected urban slums of Karachi while working at the grassroots level. Under her direction, HOPE has established two community centers, two hospitals and several informal schools in Karachi and Thatta.
Nasar Agboatwala was elected President of HOPE USA in late 2017. Born to Indian and Pakistani parents, Nasar has made numerous visits back to Pakistan throughout his childhood and adulthood. In addition to serving as president, he works in marketing for a tech company based out of Silicon Valley and volunteers at the local mosque for Sunday school.
Qaisar ShareefBoard Member
During his time as country head at P&G Pakistan, Qaisar worked closely with several non profit organizations engaged in providing education to the under privileged and in disaster relief. He continues to serve on the board of some of these organizations. He is presently serving on the board of HOPE USA, and the Executive Committee of US Pakistan Foundation.
Ambereen SiddiquiBoard Member
Ambereen is honored to be an active member of HOPE USA since July 2018. In her travels to Pakistan, she has seen firsthand the difference HOPE has made in bettering the socioeconomic forefront of the country. Her primary focus is grant-writing and seeking corporate and foundation funding opportunities for HOPE. She has also been involved in volunteer recruitment, marketing, and fundraising efforts.
Naveen KhanAsst. Coordinator
Naveen Khan is HOPE’s secretary and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. She is a graduate from San Francisco State University with major in Public Health. By profession, she is a events coordinator for a major technology company in Silicon Valley. She has a long history of volunteering in different Non Profit Organizations throughout her upbringing.