Mahvesh Mahmud

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Mahvesh Mahmud is a Shell-Chevening-DFID-Noon (2007-2008) scholar to the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge UK where she was awarded the Lucy Cavendish College’s Kate Bertram Prize for distinction in in Management Studies, specifically in the areas of Innovation, Strategy and Organizations. She also has an MBA from NUST Business School, Islamabad. Having worked as a manager in the marketing, operations, and human resources departments at various multinational and local firms such as Citibank, ABN AMRO Bank, Communications Enabling Technologies, and Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering (CASE) and the French oil and gas firm Total-Parco Pakistan Limited, she has gained exposure and experience in various industries. She was also working with the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) where she honed her research skills and has been pivotal in setting up CASE, IBM UET, Beaconhouse National University and departments at Citibank, ABN AMRO Bank, Communications Enabling Technologies, Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering (CASE) and the French oil and gas firm Total-Parco Pakistan Limited. Mahvesh enjoys astronomy, rafting, reading and traveling as hobbies.

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