As a Country Director for the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Afghanistan, Mohammad Nasib is responsible for the strategic and operational management of CIPE’s Afghanistan office since October 2008.
Previously, Nasib worked for various organizations such as the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), an indigenous NGO called the Welfare Association for the Development of Afghanistan (WADAN), and the United Nations.
In August 2005, he participated in the first Stanford Summer Fellowship on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law Program at Stanford Institute for International Studies at Stanford University.
As a Weber Scholar, he received his B.S. in Public Administration and a minor in International Comparative Politics from Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania in 1992 and an MBA in General Management from Preston University in 1998.
The National Endowment for Democracy awarded Nasib its 2005 “Democracy Award” for promoting democracy in Afghanistan. In 2006 he was awarded the Ghazi Mir Masjidi Khan Medal, one of Afghanistan’s highest honors, for his democracy work at the grassroots level. The Medal was presented by His Majesty, Mohammad Zahir Shah, the Father of the Nation. Nasib was also awarded the first “Distinguished International Alumni Award” by his Alma Mater, SRU, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania on September 9, 2006.