Registered non-profit organization in the United States of America.
David Changaz is the co-founder and president of Hazara Resource Center.
David is a tax expert, business development manager, and CEO of Advanced Accounting LLC and Spring Group Property LLC, a diversified multinational company that operates a group of businesses. He is an executive vice president of Asian American Alliance Org, a member of the Queens District Public Affairs Council in New York city, and assists UNICEF and other charitable organizations.
Abbas Changezi is the co-founder and Vice President of Hazara Resource Center.
Abbas earned his BS degree in Computer Information Systems from Purdue University and his Masters degree in Telecommunications from George Mason University. He works as an Information Technology professional in the United States.
Thomas Bolles is member Board of Directors of Hazara Resource Center.
Thomas earned his B.A. degree in History at Virginia Commonwealth University and his M.S.E.D in Career and Technical Education with a focus on Agriculture from Virginia Tech. He spent over a dozen years teaching secondary education.
Thomas has worked in Afghanistan – helping to build capacity in the Faculty of Agriculture at Kabul University and helping to build capacity in Ministry of Agriculture extension staff and advise ISAF on agriculturally related projects.
He currently works in Extension in the United States. His interests include education and positive youth development, water quality and protecting the environment, food security and social justice.
Jennifer Schock-Bolles is member Board of Directors of Hazara Resource Center.
Jennifer has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Missouri State University. Throughout her life she has been a passionate champion for the benefit of others and has served various roles in the non-profit sector, including those of Executive Director and Board Member.
For the past several years, she has worked in the healthcare sector as an advocate for individual healthcare empowerment and positive aging.
Masooma Hassan is the Director Program at the Hazara Resource Center, and in this role she oversee the development, implementation and evaluation of projects conducted in Pakistan region.
She has been working in the development sector of Pakistan as a Research Analyst and a Consultant since 2014 for the organisations including SDPI, UNDP, LEAD Pakistan, Asian Development Bank and the Ministry of Climate Change. Her research work focuses mainly on the issues of climate change adaptation and resilience, governance, and technology needs assessments for the water and agriculture sectors of Pakistan. She served as a faculty in the department of Botany in a women-exclusive university in the province of Balochistan, Pakistan.
Masooma is a Fulbright Fellow, and holds a Masters in Environment and Natural Resources with concentration in Environmental Policy and Planning from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is based in Islamabad, Pakistan.