When it comes to talent, Pakistani youth has proved time and again how talented they are to compete at global stage. Faizan Hussain is an inspiration in this case who has received Queen’s Young Leaders Award 2017.
Faizan, 23 years old, is a young tech entrepreneur who has worked on technology supporting health related solutions. His startups include Edu-Aid that can translate sign language to spoken language and OneHealth that can be used for disease surveillance and tracking to support medical institutions in dealing with epidemic outbreaks. He is planning to launch a tech consultancy and Outsourcing company, Venture Dart, to facilitate freelancers, entrepreneurs and small businesses.
The Queen’s Young leaders award is an annual event that was held at Buckingham palace on June 30. It awards the people from 18-29 years of age from the Commonwealth Nations for their leadership potential. It includes a program of meeting, networking opportunities and mentoring sessions.
Faizan was the only Pakistani to join the list of winners from all commonwealth countries. He said: “I am delighted to have received this Award and look forward to expanding my leadership skills and engaging with people from various fields who will be sharing their ideas and experiences.”
The complete list of winners can be viewed here.
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