Ahmad is from the remote valley of Arkari in the Chitral district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and serves Governing Board/Director of ISSUP Pakistan, as an Exchange Ambassador (EA) with U.S. Embassy Pakistan and Youth Program Coordinator (YPC) for the Drug Free Pakistan Foundation (DFPF), which promotes drug abuse prevention intervention & promoting peace among different communities, and was awarded “Best SMART Project” in the 3rd Pakistan Youth Congress. Ahmad also served as many National & International organizations like as a Project Manager (PM) –Youth Development Foundation (YDF) & Training Officer (TO) & Field Coordinator (FC) - Focus Humanitarian Assistance Pakistan, an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). Along with his daily job Ahmad shah also working as a Consultant with Aga Khan Rural Support (AKRSP) in their drug abuse prevention project in GilgitBalistan Chitral (GBC). Ahmad has also participated in a number of international youth initiatives, including Afghanistan – Pakistan Partnership Summit: Workable Solution for New ERA 4th – 8th May 2018, Istanbul, Turkey, The Pilot Training of Master Trainers on the Universal Prevention Curriculum for Substance Use, Implementers Series, (UPC-1) CORE Course Colombo, Sri Lanka 15-20 May -2017. ISSUP - International Society of Substance Use Professionals- Bangkok, Thailand-215. ASCAD International Conference & Workshop for DDR Specialists 2014 in Melaka, Malaysia; 6th Asian Youth Congress in Bali, Indonesia; 8th Asian Youth Congress Pario, Bhutan; 3rd Great Anatolian Meeting of the World Cultures; and Youth International Delphic Festival in Ankara, Turkey. He also visited Afghanistan at the request of the US Department of State for the 1st Afghan Youth Congress in Kabul, Afghanistan where he helped deliver skills to Afghan youth to help curb the use of narcotics. In addition to being a 2012 ELP Fellow United States of America (USA), He is part of Inspire a Generation: The Fellowship, an initiative of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). He is also Grant Awarded from the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan-Pak US Alumni Network (The “Fund” or “USEFP-PUAN”) for the project, entitled “Drug Free School Campaign Karachi, Pakistan.