Join us for the upcoming FAANA Webinar session titled: Higher Studies in United States. This is going to be a live panel discussion comprising of various FAST alumni discussing their journey to U.S. They would also be sharing tips and tricks that would help streamline the admission procedure for upcoming students.
This session is intended to help prospective students applying next year to put together a timeline for rest of their academic year. Don’t miss it!
Tune in live at 12:00 PM (Noon) – 1:00 PM EDT (10pm-11pm Pakistan Standard Time) on Sunday, DECEMBER 15, 2019. Register Here
This free, online discussion is open to the public and will include a moderated conversation with additional questions submitted live from the online audience.
Moderator: Ahmad Uzair
Sameen Reza: Sameen Reza is an alumni of FAST Lahore, batch 1993. Sameen worked for a software engineering firm for a year after doing her BCS. She then went to Dubai for a couple of years and worked for a networking solution provider company. After going back to Pakistan, she worked for 4 years with Beaconhouse Informatics as deputy manager academics.
In 2017, Sameen was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to pursue PhD in Educational Communication and technology from New York University. She came to US in Aug 2018 and have completed three semesters to date. Her research interests are learning analytics and how technology can be used to improve educational processes and outcomes. Sameen’s special passion is to teach and make programming easier and interesting for students.
Nouman Shafqat : Having graduated from FAST Lahore in 2015, Nouman joined CureMD healthcare where he initially started working in the quality department but soon transferred to the product team as an analyst. CureMD had an EMR product for US based physicians. As a member of the team that guided the product’s vision and strategy, he was responsible for research and development of new features and certifications.
It was during his time at CureMD that Nouman realized the importance of data driven decision making and how the power of data can be leveraged in the healthcare industry to overcome its current problems and dependencies on humans. Nouman is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Computer Science with specialization in Data Science at Washington State University.
Ahmad Malik: As Senior Vice President of Information Technology at Learning Care Group, Ahmad Malik leads all aspects of technological development supporting the company’s innovative educational programs and customer solutions. His background includes more than 20+ years of wide-ranging leadership experience across all aspects of IT. Previously, he spent 12 years with Ciber (now HTC Global) in senior IT roles of steadily increasing responsibility, most recently as Director of Application Services.
Ahmad holds an MS Information Systems degree from Lawrence Technology University and an MBA from University of Colorado at Denver. Ahmad graduated from FAST Institute of Computer Science Lahore in 1994.
Rameez Ahmad: Rameez is from Batch 2005, FAST Lahore campus. Currently residing in Michigan.