Saad has nearly three decades of experience of working for Gillette Pakistan as CEO, and Procter & Gamble in senior executive positions. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan MBA (Class of 1987) and holds two engineering degrees.
Elected twice as President of American Business Council (ABC), the largest single-country business chamber in Pakistan, Saad was also elected twice to the Executive Committee of Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI), the largest foreign business chamber. Saad is an active social worker involved in I am Karachi Consortium, Pakistan Innovation Foundation (PIF), National Entrepreneurship Working Group (NEW-G), South East Asia Leadership Academy (SEALA), Helper of HOPE and Agha Khan Hospital’s Patient Welfare Committee.
He is also the President of Public Interest Law Authority of Pakistan, a civil rights organization. He is also a Board Member of Patient Aid Foundation, a private group helping the largest public hospital in the region Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Center (JPMC); LettuceBee Kids, an organization helping the cause of street kids; Naya Jeevan working to offer health insurance to urban poor; AIESEC which provides young people with leadership opportunities to develop into global leaders; National University of Sciences & Technology’s (Islamabad) Corporate Advisory Council (CAC) Society of Human Resources Management; Ladiesfund Board (women empowerment); Possibilities Schools and EcoEnergy.
Saad is an Advisor to NOWPDP (people with disabilities) and Teach for Pakistan (graduates as teachers). He has conceptualized, led and delivered Rs. 1 billion from USAID to the Bolton Market victims in an efficient and transparent manner under the umbrella of American Business Council. He is a certified member of the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance (PICG).