Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings
NYSE:NCLH is a leading global cruise company. It operates three cruises. Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands. Norwegian Cruise Line provides all resources. This includes logistics support and management. These provides transportation support for the secure long haul distribution of several items. Such as reconstruction and security. As well as the life support assets from Forward Operating Base or FOB. It has been breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising. This time as an innovator in global cruise travel. Hamed Wardak is the Chairman, President and Founder of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. His employees consider him a professional with great behavior. People who worked for him appreciate his supportive character. Najib Wardak received the permit for NCL.. He is a former security commander in Baghlan province but a U.S. citizen. Hamed Wardak is in the U.S. that time. He told Najib Wardak he quit his job with NCL when they met. He claimed that he had not received his 10 percent share from the company. There were only two advisors. Bearden and Elliot. Elliot F. Gearsen is a Finance Director in 2004. He is also the Job Lieberman for President Campaign 2004.
Childhood and academic
Hamed Wardak was born in Kabul, Afghanistan in 1977. He grew up in Pakistan and the United States. He is now based in Miami Beach, Florida. He is the son of the Afghan Defense Minister Wardak. Wardak can speak Dari and Pashto. As well as Urdu and English. He earned a BA in Government and Political Theory at Georgetown University in 1997.
Past work experience
Wardak worked as a Managing Director for International Operations with Technologists, Inc. This is a US government contractor active in Afghanistan under his leadership. He generated around $44 million in design-build contracts in Afghanistan. His business development efforts with USAID is one of the reasons for this. The Department of Defense is another reason. It increased the company’s annual revenue of $1 million. He became Afghan Finance Minister’s Private Envoy to the United States in 2002-2003. Mergers and acquisitions at Merrill Lynch had Wardak. These are in New York and Palo Alto, California. The range of his assignments were from $200 million to $1 billion. This includes the acquisition of VPNET by Avaya. It also includes Veeco Instruments’ acquisition of Applied Epi.
He is one of the board members of the Campaign for a U.S.-Afghanistan Partnership or CUSAP. It is a membership organization of U.S. and Afghan citizens. They believe that a long-term partnership with the United States. It will make Afghanistan a strong nation in return.