Introducing the lovely Abdulkader.
Which chamber are you a member of?
How long have you been a JCI member?
What made you join?
I went to the last world congress in Germany and realised how big and amazing JCI is so it felt like a privilege to be part of such an exceptional network of young people!
What is the most interesting JCI event you’ve been to and why?
Field visits to Porsche and DHL in Leipzig, Germany organised by JCI World Congress committee. An eye-opener to the almost perfect management style that makes the German companies what they are today. Thanks to JCI contacts, I went back to visit the same sites with my students last February 🙂
I have been to the EA in Sweden recently and had a blast!!!!
Had JCI presented any unusual/interesting opportunities?
Yes – I have a full network of JCI friends now which have been invited to join us for the twinning weekend organised by JCI London in September! I am also looking forward to connect with other JCIs next month when I attend the Know How Transfer event in Brussels! Also, I am in touch training directors in the UK to organise workshops for JCI members!
What is your job/career/profession/business?
I work as a Senior Lecturer (Quantitative Analysis) in the higher education in Regents University London. I am also the director of a startup company that delivers training in business and financial forecast, MC Analytics.
Has JCI had any impact on your job/career/profession/business?
Yes – please see above!
What’s your proudest achievement?
PhD in Quantitative Analysis Finance
If you were given the chance to enter the Big Brother house would you?
I would probably shy away!
Tell us something crazy/dangerous/inspiring/unusual you have done
Quitting my job as a manager in Toyota Motor Corporation and going back to university to pursue my dreams!!
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