Imran Ali Sultan
Chief Operating Officer of The Urban Unit, Government of The Punjab, Pakistan. Responsible for development of master, sectoral, and regional plans to harness the true potential of vastly urbanized Pakistan. Specializes in urban development and local governance, with over two decades of experience leading district administrations, municipal services companies, city development authorities, and international donor-sponsored programs in city making.
Holds a Bachelor of Science in Aero Sciences & Humanities from University of Peshawar; Master of Arts in International Relations from University of Balochistan Quetta; Common and Specialized Training in District Management, Governance and Public Policy from Civil Services Academy Lahore; Master of Public Policy from School of Local Governance, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies Tokyo; and Executive Master's in Cities from The London School of Economics and Political Science.
At MIT, eager to learn how cities in the U.S. are preparing for sustainable futures, and to explore how to institutionalize sustainability through robust urban and regional planning for the development of cities in Pakistan and the Global South.