We are delighted to introduce you to our newly joined Non-Executive Chair, Eeshita Azad. Ms. Eeshita Azad is a communications specialist and an arts organizer with experience over 15 plus years in the arts, development and corporate sectors. She has worked in New York, London and Dhaka. Throughout her career spanning non-profits and charities, she has worked for companies such as BBC Media Trust, British Council, Asia Foundation. She has hosted talk shows on national television including a short stint at BBC and has facilitated drama therapy and various poetry workshops in London and Dhaka. She is currently working as an Arts and Heritage consultant and leads British Bangladeshi Poetry Collective (BBPC) based in London. She is also a mentor for graduate students of Middlesex University, UK.
“A country needs its young people for its future to survive. And young people need creativity for their soul to survive” ~ Eeshita Azad
Her standing in the organization is a matter of great prestige for us. We believe that her contribution of independent thought in policy making and planning can highly serve to the betterment of the organization.