Faisal Siddiqi is a leading Pakistani constitutional, civil and Human rights lawyer. He is one of the founders of two organizations; the Rasheed Razvi Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights and the Legal Aid Foundation for Victims of Rape and Sexual Assault. Mr. Siddiqi is an active member of the Board of Directors of Pakistan Institute for Labor Education and Research (PILER). He has been a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics. UK and at McGill University, Canada.
Bachelor in Arts (B.A.), from the University of Karachi, Karachi [1993 – 1994]
Bachelor of Science (B.S.C.) in Sociology from the London School of Economics& Political Science, London, United Kingdom [1994 – 1998]
B.A. in Law from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom [1998 – 2000]
Masters of Arts (M.A.) from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Enrolled as an Advocate of the District Courts of Pakistan 
Enrolled as an Advocate of the High Courts of Pakistan
Enrolled as an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan 
Khalid Mahmood is a thirty-four-year veteran of the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. He started his working career in 1982 at Lederle, American Cyanamid Company, Wayne, New Jersey, and worked in progressively responsible positions for the next 14 years at various multinational companies in several countries. In 1993, he returned to his native Pakistan and started Getz Pharma Pakistan in 1995. By 2011, Getz Pharma became the first and only WHO approved company in Pakistan, the largest taxpayer, largest exporter, employer, and investor of the Pakistan Pharmaceutical industry and still maintains this position. Getz Pharma’s manufacturing facility is the only pharmaceutical company in the entire South Asia, that has been accredited as a Platinum LEED certified Green Building by the US Green Building Council.
Khalid’s professional success is matched by his growing contribution to social causes in the community whether it be sports, education, health, culture, legal aid for the dispossessed or environmental preservation. He has worked hard to support a range of
projects and causes that have moved the democratic values and educating, empowering and creating employment for the deprived youth.
Khalid Mahmood is the founder member of the Legal Aid Foundation for the Victims of Rape and Sexual Assault (LIRSA). He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Zindagi Trust (ZT) and a member of its Executive Committee. ZT has converted two government girl’s schools, with about 3,500 students, to centers of excellence in education and has initiated Reforms in Education. Khalid Mahmood has been the supporter, sponsor and the Chairman of the Board of trustees of the T2F at Karachi. He has served as a member of the board of the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) and is its past president of the board. Mahmood’s latest project is a setting up a world class Vocational Center for underprivileged youth with the
vision to empower youth and teach them skills in Medial Arts, IT related vocational skills and rejuvenating the fast-vanishing crafts of the country. This center spread over two acres is modelled after other regional success stories and will also teach practical and life skills so
that graduates can be employed, or they can set up their own small businesses to serve the local market or international IT needs to generate foreign exchange and the economy.
Khalid holds a bechalors degree in Industrial Engineering from California State University, California, USA and an MBA in marketing from Rutgers School of Management, Rutgers University, New Jersey