We are a value-driven company emphasising the following four pillars:
- Thought Leadership
- Knowledge-based Learning
- Social Responsibility
Our leadership follows the values of integrity, accountability and the drive for continuous improvement, which means striking the right balance between society’s economic and environmental needs.Our journey towards becoming a growth-oriented and sustainable organisation, has been driven by visible commitment to our CARES values.
The K-Electric leadership team comprises:
Syed Moonis Abdullah AlviChief Executive Officer view details
Syed Moonis Abdullah AlviChief Executive Officer
Mr. Moonis Alvi was appointed CEO of K-Electric in June 2018. Mr. Alvi has more than 28 years of diversified experience in the finance industry, with a focus towards driving operational efficiencies, financial planning and capital restructuring.
Mr. Alvi joined K-Electric in 2008 and has served as K-Electric’s Chief Financial Officer. He has also served as KE’s Company Secretary and Head of Treasury and has played an integral role in the transformation of K-Electric. He is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan.
Dale SinklerChief Generation & Transmission Officer view details
Dale SinklerChief Generation & Transmission Officer
Mr. Dale Sinkler brings over 25 years of experience in the power sector ranging from energy sector reforms to development, execution, operations and management across multiple power plants. He has worked with some of the world’s largest power companies, and has served as the Co-founder of O&M Solutions. He has previously served as Senior Vice President of Southeast Asia for Globeleq, and has spent 15 years with the AES Corporation as Chief Executive Office for multiple AES businesses including AES Lalpir, AES Pakgen, AES Haripur, and AES Meghnaghat. Prior to that, he also served as a consultant in the Generation and Transmission portfolio for K-Electric.
Mr. Sinkler envisions an energy infrastructure which links power generation to consumption in real time. He is a frequent contributor on power sector reforms in emerging markets. His presence of fifteen years in this part of the world is a testament to his dedication to Asia’s emerging markets and particularly Pakistan.
Amer ZiaChief Distribution Officer view details
Amer ZiaChief Distribution Officer
Mr. Amer Zia is the Chief Distribution Officer, leading a team of over 7,000 employees. Prior to this, Mr. Zia has worked in the private sector with USAID-Power Distribution Program, as well as in key leadership positions within public sector organizations including NEPRA and IESCO. He has also served as an independent consultant with the World Bank through the Competition Commission of Pakistan.
Mr. Zia has been part of the management team responsible for the successful turnaround of KESC (now KE), as Deputy Chief Operating Officer Distribution, and most recently as Chief of Distribution Operations.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from UET Peshawar, a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Bradley University USA, and an MBA in Project Management. He also speaks at national and international forums about power sector management and governance and lectures at WAPDA Power Distribution Academy.
Muhammad Aamir GhazianiChief Financial Officer view details
Muhammad Aamir GhazianiChief Financial Officer
Mr. Aamir Ghaziani has more than 20 years of experience in areas of accounting, financial management, risk management, policy reforms, regulatory compliance and business turnarounds. He joined K-Electric in 2008 and has played a key role in driving K-Electric’s turnaround over this decade. Prior to becoming KE’s Chief Financial Officer, he has also led KE’s Corporate planning and Regulatory compliance function.
Mr. Ghaziani started his career in 1999 at A. F. Ferguson & Co. which is a member firm of PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and has also served at CTTL, a leading LDI Telecom operator in various roles including as Financial Controller and Chief Commercial Officer.
He is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) and has also attended executive management programmes at INSEAD and other prestigious institutions.
Rizwan DaliaChief People Officer view details
Rizwan DaliaChief People Officer
Mr. Muhammad Rizwan Dalia was appointed as Chief People Officer in March 2018. In addition, he serves as the Company Secretary reporting to the Board of Directors. He joined K-Electric in 2008 and before moving to HR he had served in senior roles in the Finance and Corporate Affairs functions, playing a key role in driving K-Electric’s turnaround over the past decade.
Mr. Dalia did his Articleship from A. F. Ferguson & Co. (a member firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers), and served at Pakistan State Oil from 2001 to 2007 in diverse roles in the Finance function.
Mr. Dalia is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan and a Certified Director from the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance. He is also a member Board of Governors for Pakistan Society for Training & Development (PSTD) and a member of Executive Committee for Pakistan Society for Human Resource Management (PSHRM).
Mahreen Aziz KhanChief Marketing & Communication Officer view details
Mahreen Aziz KhanChief Marketing & Communication Officer
Mahreen Aziz Khan has over 19 years of experience in strategic communications, media, and public policy. Ms. Khan previously worked with the World Bank and Australian Aid with a focus on advocacy and communications for public policy delivery. She has also worked with local and international media, most notably BBC World Television, and held key positions in a variety of public and private entities including the United Nations in Kosovo.
Ms. Khan graduated in law from Cambridge University and went onto to qualify as a Barrister-At-Law from Inner Temple. Ms. Khan has a Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, with specialisations in Strategic Management of Organisations, Political Advocacy & Leadership, Media and Politics. Ms. Khan regularly lectures at the National School of Public Policy and at the National Police Academy.