10th February 2016, Movenpick Hotel Karachi, Pakistan

Vadiyya Khalil was appointed Chairperson of the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) in Dec 2014, after serving as Member CCP from 2010 to 2013. She has over 20 years of experience in banking at Credit Agricole, ANZ Grindlays, MCB Bank, National Bank of Pakistan. She has a Masters in Management Sciences from University of Kent, UK and also studied at University of Perugia, Italy.

Ronak Lakhani , Chairperson, Special Olympics Pakistan is a recipient of Sitar-e-Imtiaz . She also served on the Board of Special Olympics International and is a member of International Advisory Council. She is also the Vice Chair of The Kidney Centre, VP of NOWPDP, Board Member of ShaukatKhanum Trust, Member of AKU Resource Committee & member of 'Friends of Lady Dufferin Hospital'.

Shazad Dada, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Ltd is a seasoned banker and a prominent capital markets professional, with over 25 years of diverse experience with renowned financial institutions in USA and Pakistan. A graduate with honours from University of Pennsylvania with BSc and BA degrees, he also has an MBA from the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania.

Naz Khan is the Chief Financial Officer at Engro Corporation Limited. Prior to this, she also worked as CEO of KASB Funds. Her association with Pakistan's capital markets spans over 19 years during which she has been actively involved in primary as well as secondary markets for both debt and equity securities. She also held key positions of Executive Director, Head of Money Market and Fixed Income, Head of Investment Advisory Division at KASB Securities Ltd. Ms. Khan also worked as a consultant for Asian Development Bank. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College, USA.

President, Habib University, and CEO, Habib University Foundation. As CEO of Habib University Foundation, Wasif Rizvi is leading the conceptualization, design, and management of Habib University. He previously served as GM, Aga Khan Education Services Pakistan. He holds a Master's degree in International Education from Harvard University, USA.

Born in Bahawalpur, Flight Lieutenant Ayesha Farooq, is the first of six female fighter pilots in the Pakistan Air Force to qualify for battle. She flies missions in a Chinese-made F7-PG fighter jet alongside her male colleagues in Squadron 20. Of the six fighter pilots, Flt Lt. Farooq is the only one to have qualified for combat and to fly regular sorties along the Pakistan-India border.

Sonya Battla is a well-known star in the fashion galaxy of Pakistan with a degree in Fine Arts from American College, London, U.K. Known primarily as a high end bridal and formal wear designer, Ms. Battla ventured in pret wear and launched 'Kaju' in 2014, which has expanded to London, UK. She also exhibited at Pakistan Fashion Week London, Bridal Asia, Mumbai Fashion Week and more.

Asif Jooma CEO, ICI Pakistan, has 30 years experience in senior commercial and leadership roles. A BA in Developmental Economics from Boston University, he has previously served as Member of the Board of Investment (BOI), Government of Pakistan, President of American Business Council (ABC), President of OICCI) and Chairman of Pharma Bureau. He is also a Trustee of Duke of Edinburgh's Awards Programme.

Nausheen Leghari is the owner and founder of Links Schools. A pioneer in early education development, Nausheen Leghari established the first Links School in 1997 after teaching in Montessori Schools for few years. Trained and qualified as a Montessori teacher, Nausheen is now heading and operating one of the leading and growing school chains in Karachi.

Unilever Pakistan CEO Shazia Syed started her career in the company as a Management Trainee. During her 26 year journey with Unilever, Shazia has worked across most business categories in Unilever Pakistan and Unilever Vietnam. Shazia successfully reignited growth in the Sri Lankan business as the first female Chairperson of Unilever Sri Lanka before assuming her current assignment as the CEO of Pakistan's oldest and largest FMCGs.