Real Leaders magazine has named Osama Bin Noor in their list of 100 Visionary Leaders Under 30. He is the only Bangladeshi selected for this list by Real Leaders magazine.
Each year magazine produces a Real Leaders 100 list and this year, the magazine is to focus on Young Real Leaders - people under 30 making a positive difference in the world.
Real Leaders magazine is sold in Whole Foods stores across the US and is also distributed to 24,000 of the world’s leading CEOs in 130 countries - members of The Young Presidents Organization (YPO). The magazine is also distributed at key global conferences of significance.
Osama and Makshud Manik co-founded Youth Opportunities with the goal of tackling unemployment.
Youth Opportunities is a global platform aimed at empowering youth by connecting local youth to their global counterparts, while bringing opportunity providers closer to the seekers. Through this platform, Youth Opportunities share latest and impactful opportunities with millions of youth for free across the globe.
Osama has previously received the Queen’s Young Leaders 2016 Award from Bangladesh. He was also listed by Forbes as one of 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs in Asia.
He has been engaged in numerous volunteering activities in various sectors in national and international organisations in the last six years. He is also a co-host of Teen Tekka, the first radio show in Bangladesh dedicated to teenagers.
Studying to be a dentist, Osama’s vision is to provide the opportunities for young people that will help them explore, face their challenges and excel in their careers.