Adnan Aamir is the Founder and Editor of Balochistan Voices. He contributes to foreign and Pakistani English-language Newspapers. He has written extensively on belt and road projects in South Asia. He regularly covers politics, economy, and conflict in Pakistan. He is Chevening South Asian Journalism Fellow (2018) and Reporters Without Borders Fellow (2019).
Ayaz Khan is the Assistant Editor of Balochistan Voices. He is a graduate of the Mass Communication department from the University of Karachi. He assists the editor in editorial work and also contributes news stories, opinion pieces, and blog articles.
Yahya Sahil Reki
Yahya Sahil Reki belongs to District Chagai of Balochistan. He has worked with Daily Qudrat, Daily Azadi and Daily fighter Times. He covers Quetta Division for Balochistan Voices.
Hussain Raza belongs to District Gujrat and currently based in Islamabad. He is a Freelance Researcher, Writer and Journalist. He is reporter of Balochistan Voices in Islamabad.
Adil Nazeer Hassani
Adil Nazeer Hassani belongs to Kalat district of Balochistan. He works as a newscaster for radio Pakistan Brahui Service. He covers Kalat Division for Balochistan Voices.
Tahira Khan is a graduate of BS (Hons) in Political Science from the University of the Punjab, Lahore. She writes feature articles for Balochistan Voices. She has also written for Voice of Youth and Quill Magazine.
Muhammad Javed Siddique is a M.Phil scholar in Political Science department University of Karachi and was a General Councilor in incumbent Local Government UC-Pishukan District Gwadar, Balochistan.
Ume Kulsoom is currently pursuing MBBS from Bolan Medical College, Quetta. She has studied at Army Public School, Lahore for Matriculation, and Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore for Fsc. Her focus of writing is on women empowerment, gender equality, education, barriers in healthcare and social activism.
Yasmeen Baloch belongs from district Panjgur of Balochistan. She is a featured writer of Balochistan Voices and writes mostly on social and educational issues.