Co-founder of Pakistan Evaluation Association (PEA), Aman has 10 years of international and national experience of managing programs and projects, Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) systems, processes, frameworks, theories of change, and led evaluations independently, or as a team member. He served in United States of America (U.S.) for a year in an advisory role via Atlas Corps fellowship, a leadership development program for emerging social change leaders. He presented evaluation findings in large international evaluation conferences. He led M&E units while serving at key positions in management consulting, government, and civil society organizations with donor including, USAID, U.S. Department of State, World Bank (WB), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Federal Government and Government of the Punjab-Pakistan, Red Cross, and GFATM. He offered his services in different consulting assignments mainly in Pakistan, a conflict affected and fragile country. He led baseline, midline, and end-line studies, assessment, and evaluations for various organizations and donors in his professional career. He recently secured a post graduate certification, International Program on Development Evaluation Training (IPDET), from University of Bern, Switzerland as a scholarship participant. In addition, He has strong academic grounding in management and administrative studies, secured an MPA with a strong component in Evaluation, an MBA with specialization in finance, and undergraduate studies in Economics and Statistics from top academic institutions of Pakistan.