Programme Manager, Centre for Digital Humanities (CDH) & Education
T: 020 7380 3843
Anjum Alam is a Programme Manager, the Centre for Digital Humanities (CDH) and Education. He has completed his MBA in Human Resource Development and holds an undergraduate degree in Information Technology. In addition, he is also a qualified PRINCE2® and Agile® Practitioner. Before joining AKU-ISMC in London, he had worked with various other Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) agencies in Pakistan and the UK. Anjum has experience in managing social and community development projects, continuous educational programmes, and digital humanities projects. His core areas of expertise include programmes and budget management, strategic planning and management, business process reengineering, and stakeholder engagement. In addition, he is passionate about delivering public lectures and workshops on using eLearning tools for teaching and learning, project management, and personal development. In the past, he has conducted various public and bespoke lectures and workshops for youth, mid and senior management, teachers and educators.