The wait is finally over, the first of its kind, Dasani Discovery Challenge has announced its esteemed members of the Jury. Last year in November, Dasani, the purified bottled drinking water brand of The
The judging criteria for each entry will be to evaluate on the basis of 5 categories mentioned below, with each criteria category to be given a score on scale of 1 to 10.
a) Originality of idea: (10 marks)
b) Practicality of idea: (10 marks)
c) Quantum of potential impact: (10 marks)
d) Cost structure:(10 marks)
e) Long-term scalability/sustainability: (10 marks)
SHORTLISTING: 10 entries receiving the highest scores will be considered the short list. These shortlisted entries will then be invited to give a short presentation to the judges, on the basis of which they will be further marked. The 3 entries receiving the highest final marks will be declared as the winners and will be awarded the first, second and third prizes.
Our jury panel includes:
1. Jehan Ara:
Entrepreneur. Leader. Mentor. And a friend to all those who have known her, Jehan Ara continues to inspire us with her boundless energy and zest for life.
2. Nazifa Butt:
Having excellent marketing and communication skills, she has been able to expand the WWF Green Office Initiative beyond borders, to Bangladesh and has been successfully running the entire program since 2011, in WWF-Pakistan. She, through this program has helped organizations to cut down their carbon emissions, promoted recycling initiatives and renewable energy resources and reduce the waste generation and continues to do so.
3. Nazish Shekha:
Nazish has a Master’s degree in Poverty Reduction: Policy and Practice from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) , and an undergraduate degree in Environmental Sciences from King’s College London. Nazish has taught undergraduate students on Environmental Issues and Sustainability in Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, NED University and Szabist University. . Nazish also delivers trainings in relation to climate change, as a resource consultant to Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF).
4. Zohare Ali Shariff:
He holds a B.Sc. (Honours) degree from the London School of Economics & Political Science, U.K., has lived and worked in the U.K. and the U.A.E. besides Pakistan, is a published author of award winning books and has traveled to over 45 countries of the world.
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