American Pakistan Foundation Welcomes Ansir Junaid to its Board of Directors

The American Pakistan Foundation welcomes Ansir Junaid, known as Junaid to its board of directors.  Junaid is the founder and CEO of PWC, a group of companies with enterprises in the fields of recycling and sustainability, pallet management and manufacturing, self-storage, green technology, warehousing, packaging supplies, supply chain management, transportation, hospitality, cell phones, call centers, and technology.
The PWC group of companies serve Fortune 500 companies globally.  The largest company within the PWC family is Prime Woodcraft, which is one of the largest pallet companies nationwide, with a network of over four hundred manufacturers and 60 plus facilities of its own.
Junaid also serves as the Chairman of SupplySide USA, a wholesaler of shipping, packaging, and office supplies, gifts, retail products, and greeting cards.  In addition, he serves as an investment and operating partner at SupplySide Investments, a real estate firm specializing in the moving, storage, and hospitality industries.
Junaid is passionate about environmental sustainability and supporting charitable organizations and educational institutions.  He serves on the Advisory Board  for the RAND Center  for  Asia Pacific Policy with a focus on Pakistan, the Medina Center Housing Board, and the GE and Chrysler Sponsored Sustainability Boards.
Junaid holds a B.S. in Marketing and Management Information Systems from Cleveland State University.
“We are thrilled to welcome Junaid, a dynamic American entrepreneur to APF’s Board of Directors,” notes APF Board Chair, Riaz Siddiqi.  “His passion for giving back to this country, green technology, and community economic development is commendable and inspiring.”