Nadeh Ali is a community organizer and visionary from Peshawar. After graduating from the Institute of Management Sciences with a Finance degree, he concentrated his efforts on the youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Using his interpersonal and public relations skills, he launched Peshawar Youth Organization (PYO), which works for the betterment of the youth of his city and province. The organization champions social causes, while harnessing the potential and development of the province’s youth. In only two years, PYO has arranged more than 100 social events promoting different causes such as peace building, post-flood activities, environmental advocacy, and relief efforts for internally displaced persons (IDP). For his tireless work, he received the Provincial Youth Award (2009) from Governor Awais Ahmed Ghani, Active Youth Citizen Award (2011) from the US Consul General, and the Azm Award (2012) from Shaukat Tarin, former finance minister of Pakistan, and Mujeeb-Ur-Rehman Shami, a renowned Pakistani journalist. Nadeh Ali recognizes that his talent is to help people realize their talents and works selflessly to empower his peers to tackle the challenges facing Pakistan.