M. Siddique Sheikh


Mr. Mohammad Siddique Sheikh is a renowned businessman and enjoys wide respect among the business and political circles. Born and raised in Gujranwala, Pakistan, he moved to the United States about 50 years ago and has since represented the country as a successful entrepreneur. He currently heads a conglomerate of wide-ranging businesses.  He has also been on board of several academic and business institutions, including George Mason University, Virginia’s largest public research institution. He founded the Pakistan American Business Association in 1980s, a representative body of entrepreneurs of Pakistani-origin. PABA was the first association of Pakistani Americans, or from Pakistan, to perform the Opening Bell ceremony last year at NASDAQ – the world’s trading hub – to celebrate Pakistan’s Independence Day. The event was a resounding success and was given a wide coverage by the Pakistani and US media. PABA was again invited to perform the Closing Bell ceremony at NASDAQ to celebrate the Independence Day in 2016, an honor that is rarely given to any company or organization. In 2020, PABA changed its name to the United States Pakistan International Chamber of Commerce to reflect its broader mission, vision, and goals.


Heads a conglomerate of wide-ranging businesses in Virginia and is also the president of Nationwide Tire and Auto, a successful national umbrella company. Additionally, he is an investor and board members of companies in the areas of banking, real estate, motels and insurance.


Founding member of Muslim Community Center in the state of Maryland which offers free medical services to Muslim communities in the greater Washington DC metropolitan area.

Member of NUST’s International Advisory Board in recognition of his services for Pakistani students and for promoting linkages between institutions of higher excellence of Pakistan and the United States.

Appointed as member on the Board of Visitors of George Mason University by the governor of Virginia.

After the horrific September 11 attack he coordinated efforts with the Pakistani Embassy to dispel misperception about Pakistan in meetings with officials of the US State Department, Homeland Security and Immigration and Naturalization Services.


1979 – 1983

Master of Political Science

Columbia University, CL

1984 – 1987

UG Degree of Politics

University of Chicago School

1992 – 2004

Diplamo of Business Management

University of Business. NY

2004 – 2008

Higher School Education

School of Losangle

Professional Skills

Crisis Management
Public Speaking
Problem Solving
Strategy Planning

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