Parveen S. Huda

Parveen is a widely recognized professional of Bangladesh with 24+ years of experience in Project Management, Entrepreneurship Development and Skills & Employment fields with leading organizations both as a professional and consultant. Parveen has so far provided support to various local and international clients, including the, Asia Indigenous People's Pact Foundation (AIPP based in Thailand), RTI International (USA), Sesame Street, US, Primark UK, PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, UK), , ILO, GIZ (previously GTZ), ITC (International Trade Centre - Geneva), ActionAid International (Bangladesh, Vietnam & Pakistan), etc.

Before becoming a full time consultant - she worked for various organizations for 12 years with her last full time job as the Head - HR & IT in ActionAid Bangladesh. Before that she also worked in CARE Bangladesh, OTOBI Ltd., Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., and BEXIMCO group in reverse chronological order since 1994. Parveen has also been teaching at various private universities since 2000.

With her HR Development focus - she is capable of designing and implementing skill development programs for multiple sectors such as the Ready Made Garments, Construction and Pharmaceuticals Industry. She has worked as the Project Manager for a project titled Digital RMG Factory Mapping - Bangladesh (DRFM-B), which is being implemented by BRAC University. She has been validated as a Core Skills trainer for the British Council's Global Education Programme - Connecting Classrooms III since 2015. She worked as the Deputy Policy Advisor for the DFID & SDC initiative titled Skills and Employment Programme - Bangladesh (Sudokkho). Parveen is also has completed 3.5 years as the Country Manager, Bangladesh of Business Innovation Facility, which is a UKAID funded project managed by PricewaterhouseCoopers UK.

She has received an Australian Government Fellowship offered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to attend a 3 weeks course in Australia titled "Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Sustainable Development in Nepal and Bangladesh"; organized by the University of Southern Queensland. She has completed the Partnership Brokering Course Level One Certification from The Partnering Initiative (TPI) of International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF), UK. She had received an ILO scholarship to attend a training program at the ITC (International Training Centre) of ILO on Turin, Italy. She is an ITC (Geneva) Certified Supply Chain Management Trainer for DCCI, Bangladesh. In addition she has attended various training and conferences in UK, Australia, Italy, Thailand, South Korea, UAE, Kenya, South Africa, Vietnam, Malaysia, Nepal, India and Sri Lanka. She has received an MBA degree from IBA, DU and currently studying Masters in Development Studies in BRAC University.