Determined to succeed
Born on January 1, 1966, in Karachi. Imran Ismail completed his matriculation education from Cantonment Public School and then joined the Government Commerce College from where he finished his intermediate education. He then completed his graduation from Government National College, Karachi. And later moved abroad to Italy and the United States, where he studied leather chemical and leather technology.
He also helped in establishing Imran Khan Foundation after the 2010 floods in Pakistan. With this, he helped to establish a hospital in Jamshoro to help the flood affectees. For the same reason, he teamed up with PUKAR Foundation to raise funds for the affectees and was able to collect 2 Arab rupees.
Mr. Ismail began taking an active part in social and welfare work in 1996 as a volunteer for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust and later launched the donation collection campaign in which he took help of international celebrities including Bollywood actor Amir Khan whom himself came to Pakistan to raise funds for this noble cause.
In 2018 general elections, Mr. Ismail ran from PS-111 (previously PS-112) where he was elected as a member of Sindh Assembly which he later resigned from to take up the responsibilities of the Governor of Sindh on August 27, 2018.