Assad Koshul

Assad Koshul

Adjunct Instructor
60 Willow Street Chelsea, MA 02150


  • Certified Public Accountant, New Jersey
  • Change Management Certification, PROSCI
  • Certified Scrum Master
  • B.S., BS Accounting, Rutgers University

Assad Koshul

Adjunct Instructor


Assad Koshul is originally from Pakistan and grew up in the New York Metro area.  

He is an Accounting/Finance, Organizational Development, Change Management, Leadership, and Human Capital Development Professional with experience in diverse industries in developed and emerging markets.  

He has been a community activist since an early age, working in diverse groups for social justice causes. His diverse professional experience and cross-cultural competency equip him to create intellectual and emotional alignment in diverse environments and situations. 

His work focuses on knowledge integration, concept and framework development for young professionals and activists.   He also focuses on bridging the gap between academia and industry for young professionals and curriculum and workshop development for diverse audiences.   

He is a graduate of Rutgers University, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), PROSCI Change Management Certified, and Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD). 

His involvement in Muslim and Not for Profit work includes:

  • Founder and Lead Facilitator of Criterion Concepts LLC
  • Founder and Lead Facilitator for Malcolm X Visionary LLC
  • East West Consulting and Training Lead Facilitator in Pakistan
  • Lahore Women’s College and University – Workshop and Training Sessions for professors and department heads
  • Ansar Management Corporation: Developed Financial Model for the largest low-income housing development projects in Pakistan
  • President Muslim Students Association Rutgers University Newark, New Jersey. 
  • President ICW Toastmasters, Wheaton, IL
  • Former Board Member and Treasurer Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA)
  • Current Board Member and Treasurer for Weekend Islamic Schools Educational Resources (WISER)