CodersTrust was founded in 2014 by Aziz Ahmad, a successful Bangladeshi-American business leader with a passion for making applied education affordable and accessible to mass people.
His goal was to empower individuals to break through traditional career barriers and acquire modern digital skills necessary to meet global skill demands, enabling them to earn a living.
As an award-winning entrepreneur, he has garnered acclaim for his business acumen and leadership abilities. Ahmad’s expertise and innovative approach have made him a sought-after speaker at high-profile forums and conferences worldwide, including the US Senate, World Economic Forum, European Parliament, and Vatican City, where Ahmad speaks about his vision for the Future of Work and Common Good in the Digital Age.
Together with co-founder Danish Military Captain Ferdinand Kjaerulff, they launched their initiative, CodersTrust, in Denmark with the support of global personalities like Sir Richard Branson and Morten Lund.
He has advocated for the democratization of education and employment opportunities through the use of technology, arguing that technology can help break down traditional barriers and empower individuals around the world. Ahmad has also spoken about the potential of technology to improve healthcare outcomes, boost productivity, and promote sustainability in corporate America.
As a philanthropist and visionary, Ahmad has been recognized for his contribution to the green technology industry, receiving the NOVA Award in 2022. He serves as the Chairman of US-Bangladesh Global Chamber of Commerce, where he promotes trade and business between the two nations.
Aziz Ahmad, along with the CodersTrust team, is committed to solve the global problem of youth unemployment and underemployment in the most disadvantaged communities around the world.