Sirat Khalid Haidary is the founder and the president of Roshna Social Organization (RSO). Sirat is a civil rights activist and researcher with a strong passion for a just society. He has extensive experience in human service organizations, program design, humanitarian assistance and community management services. Since 2003, Sirat has worked voluntary in non-profit sector as writer, organizer, fund-raiser and development officer. Previously, he worked voluntarily for Afghanistan’s Publishers and Bookstores Union (APBU). He is currently advisor for APBU Board of Councils. Sirat Translated the Book (گنجینه خطی افغانستان و جهان اسلام) Handwriting Treasure of Afghanistan and Islam World. He is also compiler and reviewer of the book Dari Grammar in English for foreigners (2004).
He worked in Rosenstock Legal Services Firm as legal researcher and coached AUAF Willem C. Vis team for International Commercial Arbitration Moot in 2016-2017. Prior to founding Roshna Social Organization, he held various positions at social and international organizations including Sana-e-Social Services Center, ISAF/NATO, Zaland Lemar Social Organization and the Institute of Comparative Social and Cultural Studies.
His profession and academic background in law and legal field, communication, leadership and team-working capabilities encouraged him to plan to pursue bachelor of Arts and Laws (B.A. /LL.B) in American University of Afghanistan.
Samira Abrar, RSO Chairwoman, has completed her Law degree at the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF). Her career journey of working and contributing towards building a law-abiding community in Afghanistan started with Norwegian Refugee Council and continued with global multinational companies such as International Development Law Organization and Tetra Tech – Rule of Law Stabilization Program. She has also supported the broader mission of eliminating corruption in Afghanistan, working with Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee, an Afghan body that promotes anti-corruption practices across the country.
Samira is currently part of a team working on Jerusalem Prayer Project – a multimedia platform for artists, musicians, and filmmakers and activists for empowering peace building in The Holy Land and the world–the team works in California, United States of America.
Muneer Joya was born in Kabul. He is currently a senior law student in UMEF (DUNYA) University. He previously studied Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Finance in Afghanistan Institute of Banking and Finance. Joya speaks English, Russian and Urdu. He had previously hold positions as office manager, finance officer and production manager in differentorganizations. He has been involved in many activities in the university like photography club and moot court competitions. He is currently working as Compliance officer in Ghazanfar Bank.
Hewad Momand was born in eastern province of Afghanistan, Nangarhar. He started his primary school in Kabul and graduated from Naderia high school in 2010. During his time of primary and high school he studied English language and also taught primary English language to children. His spoken languages are Pashto and Dari and speaks English and Urdu. He studied Accounting and Statistics courses in India and later join AUAF. He started his bachelor in Business Administration in early 2013 at AUAF and is currently a senior student about to graduate. He has been involved in many activities held by the university and has been an active contributor of Arete Business Club. He is currently event manager of the Arete club holding conferences and workshops for effective plans for Business Operations and Accountable Leadership.
Asef Karimi is proposal writer for Roshna Social Organization (RSO). He is a graduate of Law faculty of American University of Afghanistan (AUAF). During his studies, he delegated AUAF as a mediator in the Lex-Infinitum International Dispute Resolution Competition in India and also he delegated AUAF in the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition in Hague Netherlands. He is also an active member of the Law Student Association of AUAF.
Asef Karimi has extensive experience and valuable knowledge in business developing, marketing, research and legal issues. He has worked as a Business Developer and Marketing Officer in various organizations and currently he is a Research Officer at the “The Liaison Office” (TLO).
Mohammad Murtaza Haqeeqat was born in Kabul and grew up between Afghanistan, Pakistan and Germany and studied primary and secondary school in Islamabad of Pakistan. He then returned to Afghanistan after the collapse of Taliban regime. He graduated from Naderia High school of Kabul. He went to Germany to pursue his education, where he got his diploma in Information technology from university of Leipzig, located in the largest city of federal state of Saxony, Germany. He then returned to his homeland to serve his country, he worked as IT officer in United Nations in Kabul for two years. He went back to Germany and studied human resources management (HRM) that deals with executing work processes in organizations, aiming to provide knowledge about employees selection through the recruitment process, training, rewarding and assessment. He came back to Afghanistan and worked in several national and International organizations in the field of HR and research. He joined The Liaison Office (TLO) in 2014 as Assistant researcher; his commitment towards achieving his goals earned two promotions in very quick time, presently he is working as Sr. Research officer. He is also studying LLB and is at his last year of completion of degree at the American University of Afghanistan. Over the past six years, he has accumulated experience on different aspects of IT, HRM and Research by working in different organizations.