Md. Tamzid is a humanitarian worker, human rights defender, and activist from Bangladesh. He is a public policy graduate and the founder of “YCoalition International," a youth-led peacebuilding organization that works with the youth and for the youth. It aims to strive together for sustainable peace, promoting inclusivity, Feminist action for climate justice, diversity, and SRHRJ among Bangladeshi youth. Tamzid is the recipient of the "Faith in the Commonwealth Peace Award" in Bangladesh for 2019. He has worked and led with a number of international and national organizations like the Danish Refugee Council, IOM, BRAC, International Youth Alliance for family Planning, Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network (CYPAN), South Asian Youth Society, and Volunteer for Bangladesh. He is fellow of Commonwealth, Swedish Institute and South Asian Youth Society. He has been named as a Bayer Scholar and awarded the 120 Under 40 Championship by the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute at Johns Hopkins University. As a youth leader and changemaker, he believes that a whole network among nations to work for humanity and equality can establish world peace.