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Mr. .

Md. Mahbub Ali

Hon’ble State Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism

Mr. Md. Mahbub Ali was born on July 17, 1961 in a very respectable muslim family from Baneshwar village of Bulla Union under Madhabpur Upazila of Habiganj District in Bangladesh. His ancestral family & family members was very venerated, reverend and respected by irrespective of caste & creed. He’s the third blessed son of Alhajj Moulana Asad Ali & Mrs. Hosne Ara Begum.


Mr. Ali’s magnificent & magnanimous father Mr. Asad Ali was a close associate of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He’s also a legendary Freedom Fighter as well as a spontaneous organizer of the most cherished Liberation War in 1971. He attained & obtained his graduation from the Calcutta Presidency College and the University of Calcutta in the year of 1944. After accomplishment of his academic degree, Mr. Asad Ali returned to his ancestral homeland and devoted himself in establishing school & colleges in remote areas and pertaining education as a self-ignited Head Teacher of many High Schools. Later on, he uphold his dedication in the post of Principal of several colleges which were established by himself. In his political career, Mr. Asad Ali performed his duty as the President of Habiganj District Awami League. He was a proud and glorious Member of Parliament from a constituency of Habiganj.


Mr. Md. Mahbub Ali was an ardent as well as earnest political activist and took part in active politics during his student life as a dedicated student leader of the Brahmanbaria College Chhatra Leauge. He contested in the Student Union Election as the most eligible contender for the post of General Secretary (GS) under the shadow of Bangladesh Chhatra Leauge panel.


It was 1986 when Mr. Ali commencement his colourful and vivid career as an advocate at the Bangladesh Supreme Court. He served his auspicious responsibility in the Supreme Court as an Assistant Attorney General. Later on, he was elected as Assistant Secretary in 1997 and thereafter as Secretary in 2003 of the Supreme Court Bar Association. Moreover, he became Senior Advocate of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.


In his intrinsic and idiosyncratic life, Mr. Ali is heavenly blessed with two daughters. The elder daughter, Ms. Tanzihee is studying International Relations at the Monas University in Melbourne, Australia and the younger one, Ms. Tahrima Rahber is currently studying L.L.B under London University. His better-half & soul-mate Mrs. Shamima Zafrin was a well-knowned teacher of the Ideal School & College, Dhaka. All recent, she involved herself in jotting down books on contemporary literature especially for kiddies. Some of her famous and adulated literary works are namely- ‘Dainy Murgir Golpo’; ‘Kaker Banabas’; ‘Pakkhider Floot Chai’; Puili Khalar Barir Chhade’; ‘Chacchur Bari Mongol Grohe’; ‘Muktijuddhe Lalu’; ‘Archir Jato Katha’; & ‘Parir Bari Ekdin’ etc. She’s also intertwined in working on Women’s Rights and Multitudinous Societal Functionaries in the spheres of advancement and betterment of ever changing human life.


Mr. Ali visited many countries all around the globe including USA, UK, UAE, France, Germany, Australia, China, Tanzania, Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius, Bhutan, India, Brazil, etc. He’s a passionate lovers & cheerers of listening music during his pass time of fancy amorous mood.

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Mr. Robert C. Dickson

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Dr. Donald Sloan

Donald Sloan is Founder and Chair of the Oxford Cultural Collective, an international educational and cultural institute working in the fields of hospitality and gastronomy (https://oxfordculturalcollective.com/).  Much of his work is focused on the creation of new educational centres in partnership with universities, in multiple locations internationally. Prior to founding the Oxford Cultural Collective, Donald was Head of the Oxford School of Hospitality Management at Oxford Brookes University, a position he held from 2003 to 2017. In that role he was responsible for the performance of the School across all of its key areas of activity – the provision of an outstanding student experience, the production of internationally recognised research, productive engagement with industry and other external bodies, and reputation enhancement. Throughout his tenure the school received many plaudits, including being ranked in the top three hospitality schools the world in 2016 at the prestigious Worldwide Hospitality Awards. Donald is a Trustee of the Jane Grigson Trust, a Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality, an Honorary Fellow of the Council for Hospitality Management Education and elected member of St Cross College, University of Oxford. He holds a Master of Business Administration in Higher Education Management from University College London (UCL).