Qaisar Shareef concluded a 30-year career with Procter & Gamble in 2011. He joined the company in 1981 in Cincinnati, Ohio and served in several roles within the US and in P&G’s international operations in Marketing and in General Management. Most recently, he headed up the P&G operations in Pakistan; a role in which he served until early 2011, before returning back to the US. He is based in the Washington DC area.
He is an advisory partner at Ward Howell International, a global executive recruiting and managment consultancy firm. He has been adjunct faculty teaching International Marketing at School of International Business at the George Washington University. He also serves on the boards of several non profit organizations in the Washingotn DC area. These include Montgomery County Muslim Council, American Muslim Institution and OPEN Washington DC.
Qaisar has just completed writing his memoirs about leading P&G busineses in emerging markets. His book “When Tribesmen Came Calling: Building an Enduring American Business in Pakistan”, will be published by Blue Ear Books in July 2017 (http://www.BlueEarBooks.com/books/when-tribesmen-came-calling/). Qaisar is originally from Pakistan and first moved to Cincinnati in 1977.