Sayid is a dynamic, determined, and passionate global citizen, young leader and a founder of the Youth for Peace Initiative that increases participation of young people from different social backgrounds in the development of civil society and sustainable youth movement via the empowerment programs such as: peace camps, leadership trainings, diversity development, and social entrepreneurship.
As an executive director at the Youth for Peace Initiative based in Kyrgyzstan and the USA he successfully has coordinated more than 30 youth projects and have implemented more than 300 local/national/international programs on different topics: International Volunteer Exchange, Youth Advocacy, Social Partnership, Fundraising, Inclusive System of Education, Human Rights, UN Millennium Goals, Genocide, Peace Building, and Diversity,
Additionally, he has participated in the numerous exchange projects and international youth programs to name a few: International Fund of Election System – Kazakhstan (2005), International Volunteer Exchange by Solidarite de Jenese (2006) – France, Future Leaders Exchange Program by US Department (2007), Jane Goodall World Youth Summit – Jane Goodall Institute (2008), Global Village Iacocca Institute, US Department (2009), Opportunity Grant (2009), Youth Leadership Program by Miracle Corners of the World (2009), UN Peace Day (2010), One Young World (2010), OXFAM Action Partner (2010), Global Clinton Initiative University (2010) Caravan of Peace (2011), CAYN COP 17 (2011) – UNFCCC, which allowed hi, to become a Global Teen Leader and an Outstanding Youth Leader for the UN Youth Assembly, but most of all his active involvement in the development of peace helped him to understand the importance of diversity, power of young people and positive impact it can bring to the World.
Academically, his extensive course work in the Political Science and Communication departments at the College of Southern Idaho has allowed him to gain an understanding and appreciation for the global citizenship, government, diplomacy, interpersonal and intercultural communication, diversity, poverty reduction, and other essential topics of peace building.
Currently Sayid resides in his native country of Kyrgyzstan, where he continues his work as youth ambassador of peace and an independent expert for the variety of local, national, and international nonprofit organizations and social projects.
Sayid hopes to use his rich experience in youth development and peace building in becoming the UN Secretary General.