The Duo are former YLC champs, and Young Leaders Conference Leads. They will be with you, around you, behind you, watching over you, spying on you and clicking pictures of you while napping. But, they will surely be your best friends, during, at and after the conference.
Meet Champ 1:-Bilal Nazar Sibtain
President – Nawabshah Youth Organization
Conference Lead -Pakistan Youth Conference 2nd Edition
A computer science student lives in Nawabshah, loves to innovate bright ideas. He Inspired by the 6-days Young Leaders Conference 2007. He increased his experience when he started Nawabshah Youth Organization (NYO) by motivating young blood of Nawabshah, working as a president in NYO & organized such events like Art Mela with special children.
A one day event for all the youth to identify our culture, “I Clean Nawabshah” and one of thePakistan’s biggest youth conferences named as Pakistan Youth Conference (PYC 2009). He has been a trainee in different training programs. He also attended the 1st Pakistan Youth Congress.
After being trainee he is now giving trainings to various institutes of Nawabshah. After inspired by his hard work The Rotary Club offered him to lead the Rotaract Youth Club in Nawabshah. He recently led youngsters in Young Leaders Conference 2009 as a Youth Facilitator, and now He is the Conference Lead of Pakistan Youth Conference 2010 with the theme of YUVA – The Future.
A certified trainer fromSchoolofLeadership, he gives trainings to Rotary Pakistan, RotaractPakistan, WWF-P, SZABIST, andFoundationPublic Schools, PYDN – Pakistan etc. As a personal interest and love for communication skills He is also working with Sachal Hot FM 105 Nawabshah as a RJ. He was awarded as a ‘Top 30 under 30’ youngster ofPakistan. Bilal holds the honor to representPakistanat “World Youth Congress 2010” where He represented his country inTurkeyJuly 2010.
Meet Champ 2:- Maalik Khaskhely
Maalik is a business student, who loves to keep his teachers busy in multiple and generative questions. He thinks that when teachers work as a sleeping pill then questions work as an antidote. He experiences life fully and concludes that “if you want a happy life then start loving all those things which you are doing to live”.
As a facilitator, he electrifies his participants with high volts of energy and transforms their anger into positivism. He aspires to magnetize the globe by trainings globally. Currently he trains fromSchoolofLeadership, Indus Resource Center (IRC), Young Students’ Welfare Association (YSWA) and Youth Empowerment Network (YEN).
Having participated in YLC 2007 as a participant and later as ‘Young Facilitator’, Maalik is currently leading the 10th Young Leaders’ Conference as a Co-Champ. Maalik aspires to dive into politics.