Washington: US President Joe Biden has nominated Dilawar Syed, a Pakistani-American businessman, for the post of Deputy Administrator in the field of Small Business Administration. According to the International News Agency, US President Joe Biden has nominated Dilawar Syed for a key position in the Small Business Administration.
Dilawar Syed, who came from Pakistan to study at a college in Ohio, USA, graduated in economics and computer science from the University of Texas and later earned an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
After higher education, Dilawar Syed has been involved in a number of institutions and served on the White House Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders under former President Barack Obama and as chairman of the Economic Growth Committee.
In a post on the social networking site Facebook, Dilawar Syed wrote that his nomination by President Joe Biden for a key position was a source of pride and that he was working hard to alleviate the plight of small business owners affected by the epidemic. I will work hard.