IET is extremely fortunate to have a resource pool of professionals who collaborate with us on many of our projects. These individuals add high value outreach, diversity, professionalism and credibility to our work.
An independent filmmaker and photographer, having been involved in a variety of projects in the capacity of director of photography, producer, director and a non-linear editor, he brings his vision to life by utilising the many skills he has as a media professional. The idea of bridging the gap between thought and visuals has always been the driving force behind Jibran’s passion, which has translated into a wide-ranging body of work that includes commercials, documentaries, features, television shows, corporate documentaries, and photography.
Jibran Jawaid is a documentary film fellow at the George Washington University
Nazish Shekha specializes in sustainability strategies and communications. Nazish holds a BSc. in Environmental Sciences from King's College London, University of London and a PGD in International Environmental Law from the United Nations Institute of Training and Research. She also has certifications in occupational health, environmental audits and energy conservation.
Nazish is visiting faculty at SZABIST University and Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture. Nazish has 5 years of working experience in capacity building related to sustainability, creating carbon footprints, conducting surveys, process and social evaluations, creating and evaluating sustainability reports for the corporate sector. Her report development experience includes assisting: the development of country reports for Gender related assignments in IFC and SAARC and in documentation of case studies on the ‘Role of Governance in Family Business’ for an international organization.
Nazish has also worked in Ernst and Young Pakistan. Her role included the development of the firm’s CSR advisory practice. Nazish also assisted the firm in research in international best practice methods in corporate social responsibility, impact evaluations and human resource management.