Zeeshan is the Communications Focal Point for the World Bank's Multi-Donor Trust Fund for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Federally-Administered Tribal Areas and Balochistan. He joined the World Bank after a two year stint at the United Nations in New York City. Zeeshan is a Board Member for Americans for Informed Democracy and the Muslim Consultative Network.
His articles on international development and Western-Muslim world relations have been featured in media outlets internationally. Originally from Pakistan - and currently based at the Islamabad office after a two-year stint at HQ - Zeeshan has moved back and forth between both the US and Pakistan and calls Lahore, Pakistan home.
He has advanced leadership certifications from the Institute of Student Leadership at Paper Clip Communications as well as the National Conference on Student Leadership, and has an MA in International Relations and a BBA in International Business, both from the City University of New York. Zeeshan is fluent in Urdu, and proficient in other South Asian languages and enjoys independent cinema, old South Asian film songs and traveling.