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Ibraheem Ahmad

Ibraheem, 32, from Islamabad, Pakistan is an enabler. For past 10+ years, he has enabled
individuals and organizations across Pakistan to achieve their aspirations. Being a doer, creative
misfit and a resourceful professional, he has a knack for delivering impactful results through
creative problem-solving skills, ability to connect with people (internal and external stakeholders’
engagement), conceive, plan, and execute ideas.

Ibraheem, previously an HR and Trainings manager at The National Incubation Center (NIC), Senior
Consultant @ Teamup and founder of GOAL Trainings, is a decade old consultant that has worked
with people from all parts of Pakistan (communities, conflict affected areas, corporate executives,
teachers, professors, and development sector and public sector professionals).

His major clients include Telenor, Honda, Pakistan Revenue Authority (PRAL), British Council, State
Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Enclude, Centaurus, TiE Islamabad, ZONG, NIC Lahore, USAID, DELL, Second
Cup, Alokozay Group, i-engineering, Hilton, Scotmann and Sandoz Pharmaceutical etc.
Ibraheem is a Lead facilitator for Social Entrepreneurship program by British Council and has also
developed content for international DICE fellowship program by British Council, for Social and
Creative Entrepreneurs and his work was translated into Portuguese for delivery in DICE BRAZIL. He is
also a founder of Women Entrepreneurship Conference (WECON). That aims to advocate an
inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem for women entrepreneurs. As content developer he has
curated training manuals and trainer manuals for multiple donors funded programs around
enterprise development, meaningful youth participation, policy matters etc.

He has also facilitated multiple women entrepreneurship development programs, such as: WomenX
(funded by World Bank), Women Can Do (WCD); entrepreneurship trainings in 12 women universities
across Pakistan (A U.S. State Department funded program), Urban Youth Program (UYP) at LUMS
Centre for Entrepreneurship (funded by British Asian Trust), Training of Trainer (ToT) on Micro
Entrepreneurship by TiE Islamabad in Jamshoro & Layyah funded by Oxfam and Training of
Facilitators (ToF) for DICE (Developing Inclusive and Creative Enterprises) by British Council.

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