Ahsan Jamil joined Arif and Fayeeza Naqvi on an inspirational journey of adventure, exploration and hope called the Aman Foundation in August 2008. As Chief Executive Officer and one of the Founding Trustees,
Ahsan Jamil joined Arif and Fayeeza Naqvi on an inspirational journey of adventure, exploration and hope called the Aman Foundation in August 2008. As Chief Executive Officer and one of the Founding Trustees, Ahsan met with numerous challenges while setting up Aman.
The organization meant for the uplift of the underserved is not a charity; it is a NFP business that aims to achieve growth through the relentless pursuit of sustainable, scalable and systemic development in areas of health, education and capacity building, thus providing the underserved with choice.
After completing his undergraduate education with a degree in Mathematics and Development Economics from Reed College in the USA, Ahsan worked with E. F. Hutton on Wall Street and Chase Manhattan Bank in Karachi.
He then joined Unilever Pakistan, where he spent four years in brand management and sales. Ahsan started-up Ecopack Ltd, a PET bottle manufacturing business that became a market leader and the primary supplier to both Pepsi and Coca-Cola in Pakistan. During his 17 years running Ecopack, Ahsan achieved phenomenal growth in the business and successfully took his company public.
With a strong interest in both education and health, Ahsan holds a diploma in counselling and addiction alleviation, and has counselled at the Karachi Central Prison. He was also on the board of the Ecopack Limited and British Overseas School. Currently he is on the board of AMANHEALTH, AMANTECH and Teach for Pakistan and advisory board of Acumen Fund Pakistan and i-Care Foundation.