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Sarah Kamal elected JCI Bangladesh president

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka
Sarah Kamal elected JCI Bangladesh president
Sarah Kamal, newly elected president of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Bangladesh, along with other elected members of the JCI, poses for photograph in the capital recently. photo: courtesy

Sarah Kamal has been elected as the National President of Junior Chamber International (JCI) for the next term.

Junior Chamber International (JCI) Bangladesh elected its executive body and board members for the year 2020 on Saturday.

Sarah Kamal shared her vision for 2020, emphasising on the fact that JCI Bangladesh will work on developing leaders for a changing world, said a press release.

Arman Khan and Sakib Ahmed were also elected as the executive vice presidents; Abrar Hossain Sayem, Ziaul Haque Bhuiyan, Abu Taleb Siddique and Shahedul Azam as vice presidents; and the following members were selected as Erfan Haque as general legal counsel; Ismat Jahan as secretary general; Salehin F Nahian as treasurer; Irfan Islam as immediate past president; Mehedi Hossain as training commissioner, Mehnaz Huda, Mahira Habib, Shaheen Ismail (Mona), Asib Akram Auvi, Ashim Kumar Das and Abdullah Safi as directors.

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