Team Leader & President
Mirza Ali is the youngest Pakistani mountaineer from the Hunza/Shimshal Valley in the Karakorum frontier of Pakistan. He was part of the Everest expedition for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment. He was the driving force behind the 7 Summits 7 Continents project that saw him and Samina Baig climb 7 mountains on 7 continents of the world. He is a skilled photographer and videographer.
Mountaineer & Trainer
Arshad Karim is a youth activist from the same valley as Mirza Ali, the Shimshal Valley, situated in the extreme northeast of Pakistan and in the heart of the massive Karakorum mountain range. For several years, Mr, Arshad has been advocating for youth and women empowerment.
First Pakistani woman to climb Mount Everest
Samina Baig, hailing from the Shimshal Valley, is the first Pakistani woman who summited Mount Everest. Before that, she became the first Pakistani female in history to climb a 6400m, unclimbed peak in the Shimshal Valley. The peak has since been renamed as Samina Peak. She also climbed 7 mountains on 7 continents of the world under the Adventure Diplomacy project designed by her brother Mirza Ali.