He is the Jack of all trades and master of many. Tanveer Khan is one of those individuals who has not only been saturated with self-accomplishment, but has gone out of his way to reach out to those who have not been as privileged. In the times of the Corona epidemic, his helping hand has helped the poor and the under-privilege. However, this is no exception as Tanveer has always had this charitable side to him. He has often gone out of his way to provide with some relief and what’s more, his initiative of bringing into the public eye the unsung heroes of the city has also enjoyed positive results.
What a Man he is:
Tanveer Khan had a strong foundation to his career and being academically sound, he also attained an MBA degree. He started as a freelancer and soon he was managing events for various companies being the host for such programs. He later worked with many corporates and then shifted course to be in charge of ‘Gen Y’ as the head in Eastern India. He looks into CSR (Corporate Social Responsibilities), NGOs, and Volunteer Management as a part of his corporate partnerships. He has also been associated with numerous fashion walks and organizations that promote fashion. The uniqueness in Tanveer is how he goes on to succeed in all that he attempts. His Midas touch has served him well so far in his illustrious career.
He has donned many hats in the course of his long career and his flawless managerial skills have allowed him to successfully execute his tasks. For instance, he has been the PR Advisor and founder of many prominent organizations who handled numerous Glam and Fashion events in eastern region and outside.
One could say that he has been helped by his street-smart personality and his well-versed vocabulary that allows him to steal the show at meetings. But personally, I feel his biggest asset is his cool head on a balanced shoulder, his kind-heartedness, never-say-no attitude and a philanthropic mindset.
Kolkata Heroes and its impact:
One of his most promising social endeavors would have to be the foundation of Kolkata Heroes where he acknowledges the contribution of the common man and those who make a difference. These people, who previously went unrecognized, now become a known face courtesy of his brilliant initiative. In these turbulent times of Corona, the organization has hailed the contribution of many. He himself has initiated the donation for relief and has provided 2330 families with dry ration. The organization donated bread and biscuits to the kids and elderly for seven days. Such contributions have been consistent and thousands have been benefitted.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. In some cases they call for the special efforts from the likes of Tanveer Khan who make a difference with their contribution. Not just one. We need many Tanveer Khans to bring in a better tomorrow and design a glorious morning full of hope and sunshine.