Israr Kazmi

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Israr Kazmi is an Entrepreneur, Businessman, Investor, and Philanthropist with a significant presence in the U.S. corporate landscape; he earned a Master of Commerce degree with a major in accounting, finance, and business management and later deepened his business acumen through studies at Northeastern Illinois University. [2][3]

Early Life and Education[edit | edit source]

In the wake of the devastating Asia Earthquake in 2005, Israr Kazmi felt compelled to contribute to international humanitarian efforts. He actively supported organizations like ATLAS Logistic[4], a French organization that later merged with Handicap International[5], and People In Need[6], a Czech Republic-based humanitarian organization. His involvement primarily revolved around rehabilitation activities in areas affected by the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake[7].

Israr Kazmi's commitment to learning and personal growth led him to pursue higher education. He earned a Master's in Commerce, focusing on accounting, finance, and business management. To further sharpen his business acumen, he also obtained additional certifications from Northeastern Illinois University.[8]

Career[edit | edit source]

In 2009, Israr Kazmi shifted his focus from humanitarian work to enter the Healthcare IT sector. He began his professional journey at CareCloud Inc. (formerly known as MTBC Inc. – Medical Transcription and Billing Corp.), a publicly-traded company listed on NASDAQ and headquartered in New Jersey, United States.[9]

Philanthropy[edit | edit source]

Following the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake,[10] Mr. Kazmi co-founded the non-profit organization "Umeed Development Organization" with the mission of aiding the earthquake-affected areas and fostering self-sustainable development through active community engagement. This commitment to community betterment showcases his unwavering dedication to making a positive impact beyond his professional pursuits.

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