Fareed Kaleem Khan, MAS candidate at Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, is a career civil servant with government of Pakistan. He has multifaceted experience ranging from public financial management, project finance, program management to policy design. He has also worked as lead investigator on multiple politically sensitive cases surfacing after Panama Leaks involving corruption, corrupt practices, money laundering, corporate crime and Ponzi schemes at apex anti-graft National Accountability Bureau of Pakistan. Fareed has also authored various articles on public administration, management, accountability and transparency which have been published by leading national think tanks. Immediately before joining the Federal government, he worked in four continents within FMCG and Energy sector. Fareed has a BSc in mechanical engineering from University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany and holds an Advanced Level Certificate of Schooling from Cambridge University. At Yale, Fareed intends to deepen his understanding of modern instruments for public finance, reform programs management, policy design, and engaging private sector for sustainable development.