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Khurram Khan

Managing Trustee

Khurram is one of the three founding Trustees of KMT, and he is currently serving his third consecutive three-year term as elected Managing Trustee of the KMT Board of Trustees. Khurram’s professional background includes a decade of experience as a senior executive in the information technology industry and four years as a development manager and professional with the United Nations in Pakistan. He is currently a partner and Chief Executiveof Arcadian Hotels and Resorts (Private) Limited, a company that operates luxury tourist resorts in Northern Pakistan.

Syed Junaid Ali Qasim


Another founding Trustee, Junaid is a native of the Kaghan Valley who lost 26 family members, including a brother, in the earthquake of October 2005. KMT was established in January 2006 in response to that earthquake, and because of a desire by the founding Trustees to support Junaid in helping the affected people of the Kaghan Valley after the destruction caused by that calamity. As the only Trustee of KMT who is native to the Kaghan Valley, Junaid plays a key role in establishing and developing strong contacts between KMT and the local community, and in ensuring that the Trust understands and adequately responds to the needs and concerns of its target populace. Junaid has business interests in the tourism, flour and mining industries.

Kashif Khwaja


The third founding Trustee of KMT, and with more than ten years of experience as an executive in the information technology sector, Kashif is currently employed as Regional Sales Manager, North Pakistan, for a multinational Chinese technology company, Team Sun. An avid Rugby player, Kashif has also captained the Pakistan and Islamabad Rugby Teams on several occasions in international and national tournaments.

Nasir Afridi


Nasir is a civil engineer and an engineering manager by profession, presently working as Director Infrastructure for Pakistan Software Export Board. During his career he has been associated with public and private sector organizations in Pakistan and the US.

Jennifer Ankrom-Khan


Jennifer (Jenny) is a senior development professional who has been working in Pakistan for various organisations since 2008. One of the original volunteers for KMT, Jenny spent more than two years at the Trust’s Head Office in Islamabad, first as Programme Officer and then as Programme Manager. Since then she has been employed in several international organisations working in Pakistan in the fields of emergency relief, health, education and food security. Jenny continued her close association with KMT after concluding her full time volunteer employment with the Trust, first as a ‘Friend’ and now as a Trustee. Having been a teacher herself, Jenny is closely involved in the curriculum development and teacher training activities and programmes for the Kaghan Memorial School.

Maryam Khan


Maryam is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS), Lahore – a think tank specializing in evidence-based research to strengthen the economic and social foundation of a vibrant and tolerant democracy in Pakistan. She was formerly Law Faculty at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). In a serendipitous discovery in 2009, Maryam came to know about the Kaghan Memorial School through one of her colleagues in the US who had participated in a breathtaking International Mountainbike Race in the Himalayas organized by the School as part of its fundraising drive. Deeply heartened by the many strides the School had made in such a short period, humbled by its mission to provide free high quality education to the children of the Kaghan Valley, and thoroughly impressed by its beautiful, bright and dedicated students, Maryam instantly became a friend of KMT!

Mr. Ijlal Ahmed Khattak