Farhad is a digital activism pioneer with a breadth of experience in social services, human development and politics. In his most recent assignment, he has prepared a citizens centric and focused digital strategy for the Government of Balochistan to improve governance issues and bridge communication barriers between the elected government and the voters. Farhad has identified and trained one of Pakistan’s largest networks of activists and campaigners, in preparation of the 2018 general elections. Mr. Jarral brings an unparalleled energy and skills set to the digital campaigning space.
At the Alif Ailaan campaign for education, he personally trained over 300 education activists from across the country, incubating not only their social media platforms, but helping them develop business plans for full-fledged operations as real world campaigns for better maths and science learning outcomes for Pakistani children. As a STEM and technology trainer and motivator, Mr. Jarral strongly believes in the transformational capacity of the fourth industrial revolution, and the new technologies that enable greater, more intimate and more informed human connection.
Mr Jarral has extensive experience in video and audio content production, creative visual graphics, analytics and insights, and social media management. He has also served political offices and provided advocacy services to media outlets. He is a grassroots community activist for the 21st century. Working with profit and not-for-profit organizations in both the United States of America and Pakistan. He has a deep understanding of various markets and their respective audience in order to shape the most impactful and result oriented strategy to be employed on digital and traditional media platforms. He has a Masters degree in Mass Communication and is a US Atlas Corps Fellow for the year 2015-16.