Board of Directors of TDC Australia admin
Members BOD of TDC Australia
Dr. Asrar Khan (MBBS, FCPS (PAK), FRACP (AU))
Dr. Asrar Khan is the president of TDC Australia and clinical lead of TDC Dialysis Service at TDC Hospital Murree Expressway Islamabad Pakistan. He is a consultant Nephrologist and Senior Clinical Lecturer in University of Wollongong Australia. Dr. Asrar Khan moved to Australia in 2015 and has worked as a Fellow in Renal and Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Medicine at Westmead Public Hospital and as a Staff Consultant Nephrologist at Mildura Base Hospital and Mildura Private Hospital and most recently a Consultant Nephrologist at Wollongong and Shellharbour Private Hospitals. He promotes an effective communication between patients, their families and treating physicians. He has been an active member in local community and organizes community and charity events.
Mr. Haroon Azam
Haroon Azam is Vice President of TDC Australia. He is an active community member and organizing various cultural and charity events. He received his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from University of Engineering, Lahore. He got his Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from UNSW Australia. Haroon Azam worked in IT business consulting companies in Pakistan, Australia and Saudi Arabia.
Mr. Shergeel Chaudhry
Shergeel Chaudhry is son of Mustafa Chaudhry who donated land for TDC Sahiwal Hospital. He is a registered Speech Pathologist with over 12 years’ experience. Shergeel Chaudhry is the managing director of Illawarra Speech Pathology and has been operating his clinic South of Wollongong for the past 8 years. He is an enthusiastic member of Pakistan Community Wollongong and actively participates in all social events and is an active member of the community. Currently, Shergeel Chaudhry is serving as General Secretary of TDC Australia. He is very dynamic person and one of main donor of TDC Australia since beginning.
Mr. Faiz Ali Cheema
Mr. Faiz Ali Cheema is the treasurer of TDC Australia. He is the Director of Aussie Asean Education & Migration Services (Sydney, Australia) and Chief Executive of MHM Merchants PTY LTD (Sydney, Australia). Faiz Ali Cheema is an enthusiastic person who is always looking for improvement of self and others. He completed his Bachelor of Arts from PAKISTAN and later carried out his journey by completing Bachelor’s in information systems from University of Wollongong. He then also completed Master of Information & Communication Technology (IT) from University of Wollongong, NSW Australia. Faiz Ali Cheema worked in IT Field for at least 15 Years. He has gained experience by working with Local and International organizations in IT. Later he started his own business and gradually partnered with Aussie-Asean Education & Migration Services, where he helps international students in achieving their desired goals by providing professional advice and information.
Mr. Adil Bin Tariq
Adil Bin Tariq is the public officer of TDC Australia. He was born and raised in Gujranwala, Pakistan. Adil received his Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering degree from University of Leicester UK. He started his career as Design Engineer in Aerospace design company in Western Australia in 2014-2018, Adil worked as Field Engineer in GE Renewable Energy in New South Wales Australia in 2018-2019, He is currently working as Site Manager with GE Renewable Energy in New South Wales Australia from 2019 and also started his Business PRO GREEN ENERGY (Solar Solutions) in last quarter of 2020.
Dr. Saima Paracha
Dr. Saima Paracha is a Member and Vice President of TDC Australia. She is consultant General Medicine and Diabetologist in Wollongong and Shellharbour Private Hospitals in Australia. She is Clinical Lecturer at University of Wollongong Australia. She has considerable experience in Internal Medicine in overseas as well in Australia. She became a fellow of College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan and Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She became a member of Royal College of Physicians London, UK, and became the member of Internal Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand.