Manager External Engagements, Engro Corporation
Sikander Bizenjo is the co-author of World Economic Forum’s Youth Recovery Report and sits at the Advisory Council of the WEF Global Shapers Community. He has over a decade of experience in working with public and private sector organisations on strategising growth and inclusive culture. He is currently Manager External Engagements at Engro Corporation, a large conglomerate based out of Pakistan, Previously he served at the Ministry of Planning (Govt. of Pakistan) as well as with international organisations on advocacy, systems change and community mobilisation. Bizenjo is the co-founder of Balochistan Youth Action Committee (BYAC ) – a youth-led movement to help communities in remote and isolated villages of Pakistan which has directly supported 400,000+ people with food supplies, medical equipment, training, and awareness sessions. For his work in creating opportunities with limited resources in some of the most challenging terrains, he was mentioned as ‘one of the seven unsung heroes of the pandemic’ by Microsoft Founder Bill Gates. He is also the winner of UK Alumni Awards 2021 from Pakistan and recipient of Monash University Distinguished Alumni Award. Bizenjo is a passionate advocate of systems change and inclusive development that creates opportunities for local people while respecting the indigenous norms, cultures and the earth's planetary boundaries. He is part of the WEF’s prestigious Expert Network and has previously contributed to the WEF Agenda blog.