Mohammed Ali Shariff
Masood Abdul Khadir
Syed Tahseen Hussain
6 years ago, as a part of the trusts activities, Venkat adopted the Govt. Urdu School in the Rajendranagar slums in order to improve the quality of education in the are. While interacting with the kids, they realized that a large number of the parents were daily wage laborers who severely struggled to sustain their family needs. It was at this time Venkat was offered to join Lifeline. Rajendranagar was one of the earliest branches of the Lifeline Foundation.
He is the Ex CIO, Shalby Hospitals Group, Ahmedabad, and Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) Group, Trivandrum before working in a host of IT companies.
On professional volunteering front Mr. Ishaq serves as Secretary /Board Member, HIMSS APAC India Chapter, Visiting Faculty, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai and Founding Member, Hospital IT Association (HospitalTech)
On Social volunteering front Mr. Ishaq is associated with Lifeline Foundation as Trustee since 2007 and is Executive Body Member of All India Muslim Development Council (AIMDC) and Chairman of Integrated Professionals Forum (IPF) Bangalore Region
Eyenine Syeda handles 5 branches of the Lifeline Foundation including Umar Nagar and Govinpur. She is dedicated towards providing skill training to women in poverty. She took this work a step further by combining her fashion creativity and her promotion of female empowerment to create JAZZ . JAZZ is a brand of imitation jewelry created by underprivileged women, and has now become one of the trendiest jewelry lines.