Qazi Azmat Isa has 30 years of experience in development sector. He is currently the Chief executive of the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund which is a multipurpose autonomous development institution with interventions in microfinance, energy, infrastructure, disaster management, institutional development, livelihood enhancement and protection, health, education and disability. Prior to this he was with the World Bank working in the rural and social sectors for over 12 years. His last assignment was in Kabul, Afghanistan where he managed the largest community driven development program in the Bank’s portfolio as well as initiated a nationwide rural enterprise development program. He has served on many boards in a voluntary capacity, including as Chairman of the Society for the Protection of Child Rights, President of Aurat Foundation, Board Member with the World Wide Fund for Nature, LEAD and Civil Aviation Authority. He is currently one of the members of the Economic Advisory Council constituted by Senator Ishaq Dar, Finance Minister.