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Waleed Rashid
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Attended University of California, Berkeley
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HEEDA continues to make strides with our newest member and her recent observations of medical care in Afghanistan.
Over the next few days, we will be publishing updates from HEEDA's newest member, Yagana Parwak. Click here for a brief bio of Yagana. Yagana jaan spent a few weeks in Kabul this past May, working on various HEEDA projects ...
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+The Punk Palko May you find the peace and happiness that only knowledge of the world and appreciation of your fellow Man can provide. Peace be upon you.
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HEEDA.org continues to strive forward. This is our Q1 2014 Update. Happy Lunar New Year!
Happy New Year. The Lunar New Year was also just a few weeks ago. For those who celebrate, Nowrooz Mubarak! To prepare for the coldest months in Kabul this past winter, at the end of 2013, we expanded our partnership with two...
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Awesome updates! Glad to see you all settling in Mike! Though I feel bad you're not supporting Ians hopes of NFL domination. Cal could use him in the 2023 season!
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The first step in optimizing any process is to establish and obtain an accurate set of measurement data. In the context of optimizing the user experience on the web, it means that we need to measure the speed of a page as seen by your real users: users network, device type and speed, ...
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Too necessary for the corporate world! #powerpoint #presentation
 
Who says you can't have fun with power point?

Amusing ten minute video "Life After Death by Powerpoint" by +Don McMillan 

6:15 - "I want to be the eieio - call me McDonald"

#powerpoint   #fun   #presentationskills  
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Internet Marketing Executive // Non-Profit and Development Expert in Afghanistan
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Paid Search, Earned, Media, PPC, SEM, SEO, Organic, Display, Mobile, Social and pretty much anything that gets brands in front of consumers.
Employment
  • The Search Agency
    Director of Client Services, 2008 - 2014
  • The Bayat Foundation
    General Director, 2007 - 2008
    I ran everything from what health and educational projects we undertook in far off remote villages to the color highlighters we used in the office in the capital city of Afghanistan. Managed a semi-remote team of over two dozen people across 3 separete time zones while situated in Kabul, Afghanistan myself.
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Ahmad-Waleed Rashid, A. Waleed Rashid
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World Traveler, Internet Marketer, Bro-Mancer
Education
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Economics, 1998 - 2003
  • California State University, East Bay
    Economics MA, 2005 - 2007
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Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
I needed immediate personal training for my elderly father who is recovering from numerous injuries sustained over a year ago, for which physical therapy had reached it's limit. Dads motivation was high but without proper instruction and guidance, we feared him being injured by his own drive. Fortunately, Zain was able to guide his ambitions and provide him with some coaching which not only pushed his limits but also kept him within a reasonable recovery pace. He felt stronger and more flexible after only 2 weeks of training. This is definitely the way to go. We did at-home training, but in the near future, will move to the CrossFit 415 facility.
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