Pakistani Cricket team captain, Sana Mir listed by Asia Society, a non-profit organization.
Sana Mir named due to her efforts in Cricket. Now the non-profit organization focused on educating the world. She selected for the 2017 class of Asia 21. She is confirmed Among Asia 21 Young Leaders. Sana Mir will travel for the Asia 21 annual summit in December to Melbourne, Australia.
Sana will meet members selected from 20 countries as Asia 21 Alumni. The summit’s aim to create positive impact. Pakistani Women Cricket team captain, Sana Mir stated that,
To me, leadership is service. It not only empowers individuals to be the change they wish to see but also gives them a unique opportunity to positively impact the lives of others. I believe an able leader is one who can nurture and give others the confidence to come into their own. A leader is one who has the will and capacity to give back to society selflessly.
Many members have been named for the Asia 21 Young Leaders including, The History Project founder Qasim Aslam, Mishermayl Productions Creative Director Madiha Gul, filmmaker Adnan Malik, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, Aman Foundation’s Mohsin Mustafa and Slumabad Founder Muhammad Sabir.
Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran said that,
Asia 21 really brings to life Asia Society’s mission to build bridges of understanding across the Asia-Pacific region, across different sectors and between Asia and the world. Our goal is not just to recognise the amazing work these young leaders are doing, but to connect them to one another so that they can take on some of the biggest challenges facing the Asia-Pacific region today.
This year, the other members including, Melissa Jardine, a former Australian, Chenhui Liu, co-founder of a mobile health startup transforming China, Poonpol, a venture fund manager in a startup revolution in Thailand, Sim Chi Yin, a Singaporean photographer and filmmaker capturing and the people of Asia.