Mrs. Quader has chaired Desh Group of Companies since 1998.
She attended Dhaka University, earning an LLM in 1984.
As a member of both Bangladesh Bar Council and Bangladesh Law Association, Mrs. Quader is often consulted for her opinions on domestic legal matters.
An honourary member of the Bangladesh Human Rights Commission, Mrs. Quader also serves on the governing board of Muslim Girls High School in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
She is a member of numerous Bangladeshi business and social welfare organizations including SMC (Social Marketing Company), BAPLC (Bangladesh Association of Publicly Listed Companies), MCCI (Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dhaka), and BGMEA (Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association), among others.
Mrs. Quader’s business acumen and leadership expertise continue to guide Desh Group forward.
Mr. Khan has served as Managing Director of Desh Group of Companies since 1998.
He graduated from United World College (Singapore) in 1992, Cornell University (USA) in 1996 and has travelled extensively throughout Asia, Africa, Europe and North America.
Mr. Khan is a former president of United World College Bangladesh Alumni Association. He holds membership in a variety of local associations such as MCCI (Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dhaka), BGMEA (Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association), DCCI (Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry), and CCIFB (France Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry).
Ms. Khan has been a director of Desh Group of Companies since 2005.
She attended SFX Green Herald International School (Dhaka), Roedean School (UK) and King’s College London, where she completed the LLB (Hons) programme.
Ms. Khan studied at the Inns of Court School of Law (City University, London), completing the Bar Vocational Course and earning a postgraduate certificate in professional legal skills.
At Bangladesh Enterprise Institute, she worked as a legal consultant and played a crucial role in developing a report on competition theory, law and policy in Bangladesh and how those factors contribute to the development of the country’s economy.
A devoted volunteer, Ms. Khan has served Brighton Society For The Blind (UK) as well as APON (Addiction Rehabilitation Residence) in Dhaka, where she taught impoverished children basic painting and drawing skills.
In addition to managing Desh Group’s discrete companies, Ms. Khan serves on the board of advisors of AFBWS (Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety).