Senior Management Executive Resume
|Desired Industry: Social Services
|Desired Job Location: New York, New York
||Date Posted: 11/2/2015
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: Immediately
|Desired Wage: 70000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Visionary and goal-oriented professional, with broad-based experience in leading nonprofit organizations to achieve mission-oriented goals; complemented with expertise in strategy and program development and implementation, fundraising, community relationship management, and consultation.
Aga Khan Foundation, Afghanistan
Regional Director–Banyan ~ Apr 2013–Present
Provide expert oversight to all Aga Khan Development network agencies including Aga Khan Foundation, Aga Khan Health Services, First Micro Finance Bank, and Roshan to ensure delivery of high-quality services to the entire population; while managing grant portfolio of $50M for three large organizations.
Render direct supervision to the implementation of the organization’s Afghanistan's Rural Development, Health and Education Program in Bamyan and Parwan provinces, which includes the following responsibilities:
Preparation of operational plan for various projects and programs; while performing follow-ups.
Adherence to technical quality and standards upon project execution
Evaluation of technical information and associated opportunities and risks
Provision of technical guidance to the team
Management of security, operations (logistics, inventory, and procurement) human resources, and finance
Administration and implementation of programs with 15% increase on a yearly basis Primary point of contact among government agencies; along with other stakeholders
Work closely with the provincial governor, deputy governor, and directors of line departments.
Maintain coordination with the organization’s agencies to represent them before the government; as well as provincial and religious council.
Utilized the greenhouse approach and marketing to effectively initiate commercial agriculture production, wherein 5000 farmers received economic benefits.
Pioneered the Bamyan handicraft production that provided economic benefits to more than 700 women artisans.
Focused on community philanthropy, an innovative intervention for the society and the community, benefitting 500 children for education and 2000 families for food security.
Drove key efforts toward the improvement of ecotourism in Bamyan in terms of scope and opportunities by establishing the Bamyan Tourism Association (BTA) in coordination with local stakeholders.
Initiated the development and implementation of an effective program monitoring system that aided sector managers to make appropriate decisions.
Managed the development of validation mechanism for the impact of programs.
Demonstrated outstanding services in conveying the organization’s plans and interventions with the provincial government, line departments, and civil society organizations; thus earning special appreciation from the Bamyan governor.
Rural Development Manager ~ Feb 2011–March 2013
Served as an integral part of the senior management team, responsible for overseeing all programs including:
Natural resource management
Health and nutrition
Community-based saving groups
Gender and infrastructure projects
Dealt with the preparation and submission of operational plan; as well as grants of $10M, received from donor agency.
Offered hands-on support to the field staff in monitoring and evaluating projects and program databases.
Handled a large team and partnered with the headquarters with budget and donor reporting.
Played a key role as representative of the organization at various forums.
Acted as the driving force behind commercial vegetable production that increased the income of more than 1000 marginal farmers by 50%.
Administered the promotion of Takhar Development Forum (TDF) as a sharing and learning platform for all international non-governmental organizations (INGOs), which significantly brought synergy in all supporting local NGOs.
Udayan Care, India
Chief Operating Officer ~ Jun 2009–Nov 2010
Assumed full responsibility in overseeing organizational operations including program management, budget of 20M INR, fundraising events, human resources, and financial processes.
Served as COO, reporting directly to the board of the organization; along with 14 homes for indigent children encompassing education, health, nutrition, and protection.
Developed and implemented long-term strategic and fundraising plans that boosted funds by more than 4M INR from individual and institutional donors within a year.
Made use of financial management policy and processes to closely monitor and review programs.
Managed the planning and development of the Big Friend volunteering program in coordination with the New Path Foundation in China.
The Nabha Foundation, India
Chief Operating Officer ~ Apr 2006–May 2009
Provided strategic directions and opportunities to rural development programs with of 25M INR.
Managed the hiring of the team, cascading recruitment through the organizational structure.
Planned and monitored team organization, job descriptions, individual work plans, and key results.
Represented the foundation in meetings with the GOI, civil society, NGOs, and ethnic organizations, and donor forums in India.
Oversaw the design and revisions of the communications strategy, social media, and networking initiatives.
Achieved rural development focusing on organic farming in agriculture, education, and health programs.
Led the review process to update the results framework, multiyear planning, and budgets with all stakeholders, which resulted in a 25% increase in committed budget
Child Rights and You (www.cry.org) ~ Aug 1990–Dec 2005
Coordinator ~ State Manager ~ Regional Manager ~ General Manager
Administered the effective deployment of $30M to organizations, individuals, and networks/alliances for child rights.
Managed the planning and coordination of more than 300 local NGOs to ensure compliance of grant funding initiative with internal standards and satisfies statutory requirements.
Successfully managed nodal NGO partner for scale up.
Led the National Alliance for Fundamental Right to Education, an advocacy network of more than 2400 NGOs, covering 14 states, for advocacy on education at the national level in India.
Developed 14 state networks of NGOs for advocacy on education and child protection at the state level.
Planned and managed child protection and education programs, livelihoods, public health, local governance, economic recovery, women empowerment, gender equity and youth volunteer management programs and emergency relief to communities affected by natural disasters.
Oxfam, New Delhi, India ~ ActionAid, New Delhi, India ~ Indo-Global Social Service Society, New Delhi, India Consultant ~ Dec 2010–Feb 2011
Contributed to the establishment of national-level network for Indo German Social Service Society (IGSSS) partners.
Performed organizational development and strategic planning for the Uttaranchal Development Institute.
Post-graduate Diploma in Rural Development: Xavier Institute of Social Service (XISS), India
Bachelor of Science in Anthropology: Calcutta University, India
Project Management ~ Impact Analysis and Budget Allocation ~ Rural Development and Operations
Interdisciplinary Collaboration ~ Community Outreach and Local Governance ~ Staff Development and Donor Relations Community Health and Volunteer Events ~ Operational Planning and Management ~ Continuous Process Improvement
Date of Birth: Jan 1
Place of Birth: Kolkata, India
Civil Status: Married
Language: English, Bengali Urdu, Arabic, and Hindi
Collective Learning Workshop on Social Analysis and Advocacy Strategy
People-Centric Advocacy Workshop for Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Partners
Training of Trainers (ToT) for NGO Partners on Local Governance
Strategic Planning Workshop on Child Rights for NGO Partners
Workshop on Child Labor for Senior-level NGO Partners
1st End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography, and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT) Asia Pacific Meeting on Child Sexual Abuse
2nd Preparatory Committee Meeting on Special Session on Children in United Nations General Assembly
Strategic Planning and Change Management
Financial Management and Book Keeping
Child Rights Based Programming and Rights-based Approach
Microsoft Office Suite ~ IBM SPSS Software
Subhasis, C. (1996, Jun). Child labor problem in India. Hindustan Times.
Subhasis, C. (1997, Nov). Restore child rights through community mobilization. Cry in Action.
Subhasis, C. (2000). Common school system in India. Third World Network South Asia.
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