JCI Bangladesh General Assembly 2019

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JCI Bangladesh elects its Executive Body and Board Members for the year 2020. Sarah Kamal has been elected as the National President for the next term. She shared her vision for 2020, where she emphasized the fact that JCI Bangladesh will be working on developing leaders for a changing world. She also mentioned that in the coming days JCI Bangladesh shall act as the platform to provide the necessary support to local organizations and its members to accelerate the growth and enlarge their positive impact in the society. 

Arman Khan and Sakib Ahmed have been elected as the Executive Vice Presidents, Abrar Hossain Sayem, Ziaul Haque Bhuiyan, Abu Taleb Siddique and Shahedul Azam have been elected as Vice Presidents and the following members have been selected. Erfan Haque as General Legal Counsel, Ismat Jahan as Secretary-General, Salehin F Nahiyan as Treasurer, Irfan Islam as Immediate Past President, Mehnaz Huda, Mahira Habib, Shaheen Ismail Mona, Asib Akram Auvi, Ashim Kumer Das, Abdullah Safi as Directors and Mehedi Hossain as the Training Commissioner.

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