News — September 06, 2002
Meet JCI Vice President Anwar Kashif Mumtaz
Work hard and be committed to be a true leader! ?JCI Vice President Anwar Kashif Mumtaz Born on March 6, 1969, in Karachi, Pakistan, Anwar Kashif Mumtaz holds a bachelor?s degree in commerce. He is a corporate and tax consultant in Karachi, where he resides. Looking to develop his leadership skills, Mumtaz joined Junior Chamber in 1993. He participated in various local and national activities, serving as president of his chapter in 1996 and as national president in 2000.
At the international level, he served as a development officer of the Asian-Pacific Development Council (APDC) in 1998. He has attended four JCI Area Conferences and three JCI World Congresses. He is a PRIME graduate and JCI Senator No. 62033. As a JCI Vice President in 2002, he is assigned to the national organization members (NOMs) of Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, and Thailand. His goals in Junior Chamber When asked about his goals in Junior Chamber, he replied that he would like to contribute to unite young people all over the world to carry out one mission, JCI?s mission of personal development and world peace. Mumtaz?s endeavors in Junior Chamber have enabled him to make friends around the world, for which he is most grateful. His advice To anyone aspiring to become a JCI officer, his advice is to ?work hard and be committed to be a true leader.?