Homayoon Milad | Afghanistan
Milad came to Colorado in 2021 with his wife and three sons. Milad has a Master’s degree in International Cooperation Policy and 16 years of experience in local governance, development, and peacebuilding. He graduated from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University of Japan in 2010. He served as a Peace Process Program Manager for the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), as a Program Director for the Community Based Agriculture and Rural Development of the United States Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), and as a Program Director of the Livelihood Improvement in Tajik Afghan Cross Border Areas of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Afghanistan. Milad now serves as the Community Sponsorship Coordinator at the International Rescue Committee in Denver. Milad is a pioneer of “One Village – One Product” in Afghanistan. He prepared the National Policy for Improving Governance and Development in Districts and Villages of Afghanistan.
Endeavor, Sincerity, Ambition, and Reach are the four core values Milad believes in.