JCI Bangladesh elects new board for 2019
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Bangladesh has elected their new board for the year 2019 in the general assembly held at a hotel in the capital on Saturday.
The general assembly was held in presence of all the chapters’ delegates of JCI Bangladesh. With an ever-lasting impression of delight and pledge of a brighter future for the Bangladesh the new board was elected. Said a press release.
Irfan Islam was elected as National President for 2019, who is currently serving as Executive Vice President of JCI Bangladesh. Sarah Kamal was elected as National Executive Vice President for 2019. Along with them Arman Ahmed Khan, Salehin F. Nahiyan and Ismat Jahan were elected as National Vice Presidents of JCI Bangladesh.
Besides, Erfan Haque was appointed as National Secretary General, Mir Shahed Ali as National General Legal Counsel and Sakib Ahmed as Treasurer for 2019. Abu Taleb Siddique was appointed as Chair, Bangladesh Development Council and Ziaul Haque as Chair, International Affairs. Mehzabeen Aziz was appointed as Special Assistant to National President. Mehedi Hossain, Kanij Fatema, Mahamudun Nabi, Shafiqul Alam, Shahedul Azam, Abrar Hossain Sayem were selected as 2019 National Directors. Hasib Reza was selected as 2019 National Training Committee Chair.
The General Assembly was conducted by 2018 National President Fayaz Atiqul Islam of JCI Bangladesh.
Mentionable that, Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a worldwide organization of young professionals and leaders between the ages of 18 and 40.
The organization is found in over 120 countries and has a membership of 200,000 across the world. Its duty is to contribute to the advancement of the global community by providing the opportunity for young people to develop the leadership skills, social responsibility, fellowship, and entrepreneurship necessary to create positive change.
The JCI Headquarters is in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. As a part of JCI –an international voluntary organization, JCI Bangladesh is running its operation in Bangladesh with around 14 local chapters with member base of around 700 and the local chapters are functioning to serve the community, society and in the national level.