Founders and Team
Mr. Muhammad Usman Khan is Founder and Executive Director of Bringing Education to Youth & Learning Initiatives (BEYLI Organization). Mr. Khan, is an agent of change and young leader working for sustainable development of deprived communities since 2009. His academics comprise a Master’s Degree in Communication Studies and specialized course in Public Policy from USA. Mr. Khan dedicated his life to bring positive change with a vision of “Let’s Empower Lives.!”
Muhammad Usman Khan has vast experience in various fields including Conflict Resolution & Peacebuilding, inclusive Education, Democracy & Human Rights, Peer-Education, Training and Development, Consultancy as well as Advocacy Campaigning and Research. He has contributed his expertise in several national & international developmental agencies. Mr. Khan has worked with British Council as Facilitator of Active Citizens Program, as an Advance Trainer of Conflict Resolution & Peacebuilding with Soliya Network USA, as an Inspirator with ActionAid Denmark and as a Consultant with Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council. Mr. Khan has been awarded following International Awards in recognition of his work. He is currently a Graduate Fellow of Master of Public Policy at Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt, Germany on a full scholarship of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
- Commitment Award 2017 Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt, Germany
- United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Global Goals (SDGs) Champions 2017
- Queen’s Young Leaders 2016
- National Social Action Project Award British Council 2013
- Royal Commonwealth Society
- Global Entrepreneurship Summer School, Munich Germany
Mr. Saadat Hasnain Khan is one of the founding members of Bringing Education to Youth & Learning Initiatives (BEYLI Organization). Saadat Hasnain Khan completed his Masters Degree in Sociology with Distinction of Silver Medal. Saadat Khan, dedicated his life to bring positive change in society through Empowering People. Saadat Khan has been working with many organizations in various capacities.
Saadat Hasnain Khan has published several Research Publications including “Impact of Office Facilities and Workplace Milieu of Employees Performance; (A case study of Sargodha University) Published in International Asian Journal of Empirical Research” and “Exploring the impact of Infrastructure, Pay Incentives and Workplace Environment on Employees Performance (A case study of Sargodha University) Published in International Asian Journal of Empirical Research”.
Mr. Saadat Hasnain Khan has been working in development sector since 2010. He has vast experienced in diverse fields including Peace Building and Conflict Resolution, Women Empowerment, Human Rights Education, DDR and Research.
Ms. Nabeela Khalid Pervez has been working with the BEYLI Organization as Program Manager Youth Development since 2013. She did her Masters in Development Studies from Institute of Social & Cultural Studies, University of the Punjab Lahore Pakistan. She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations from University of the Punjab Lahore. She has been awarded National Social Action Project Award by the British Council for her project ”Right Vote – Bright Future” in 2013.
Ms. Nabeela Khalid profoundly believes in the great potential of ‘Youth’. According to her, young generation is a big opportunity as well as a great challenge in the process of development of the country. She is determined to mobilize and train young people with the BEYLI Organization to bring positive change in Pakistan. She is currently pursuing her Master of Public Policy at Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt Germany on German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Ms. Fareema Nosheen has been working with the BEYLI Organization as Program Manager Women Empowerment. She holds a Master’s Degree in “Political Science“. She has successfully implemented capacity building program “Strong Women-Strong Pakistan” for women from remote areas of District Khushab. She is also supervising “Community Resource Centre” where she is providing counseling to rural women and leading “Rethinking Education” a community based school for children hailing from families of farmers and peasants. Being an active part of BEYLI Organization, she is empowering rural women to be the mainstream of socio economic development of local communities.
Ms. Faiqua Younas is an Eco-Activist, Human Rights Advocate and Gender Specialist who has been providing her services in the NGO sector since 2013. Her three years of experience with “Human Rights Commission of Pakistan” (HRCP) played an integral role in understanding and critically analyzing issues in depth. In 2016, she initiated a project “Plantistan” that aimed to combat Climate related challenges in Pakistan. Ms. Faiqua believes that Climate Change followed by Water Scarcity are the biggest issues that Pakistan is facing today – that should be on the top priority of the Government of Pakistan.
Ms. Faiqua earned her Master’s degree in Gender Studies from University of the Punjab, Lahore. She is also a Human Rights trainer and an entrepreneur. She joined BEYLI Organization as “Project Manager” in 2017, with a determination to work on Climate Change and for the promotion of Education,Women Empowerment & Human Rights.
Ms. Sarah Raza is a strong advocate of change, she is passionate about human rights and gender equality. As part of her time at the university she ran the raising and giving society where she experienced conducting charity working on both a national and international level. Having finished her degree by being awarded for her volunteer work she still continues to be a pioneer for change and firmly believes that through determination and goodwill a difference can be made. Her motto for life is ‘ love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries and without them humanity cannot survive. She has earned a BSc degree in Business and Financial Management from the University of Salford, United Kingdom. She joined BEYLI Organization in September 2017 as Communications Officer.