Mr. Sana Ullah Baloch served as a Member Senate of Pakistan during 2003-2008, Member National Assembly during 1997-1999 and as a Parliamentary Secretary for Interior and Narcotic Control Division in 1998.
He also served as a Senior Transition Adviser at UNDP Somali in 2011. In 2010 as a research fellow at Inter-Parliamentary Union, Geneva, Switzerland and in 2005 he was honored prestigious fellowship by the Stanford Institute for International Studies on Democracy, Development and Rule of law in California, USA.
Mr. Baloch posses’ vast expertise and experience as a political representative, legislator, constitutionalist, trainer and process adviser in varying peaceful and transitional contexts.
Sana Baloch expertise includes democratic governance, federalism, political parties, conflict resolution and women and human rights. In addition, he has extensively written and delivered lectures on geo-political and strategic developments in South-Asia, East Africa and Middle East.
Mr. Sanaullah has delivered many prestigious lectures and talks, among them the International Institute for Strategic Studies at London, Lecture at School of Oriental and African Studies, Foreign Policy Centre London, United State Institute for Peace Washington D.C, CMI (Chr. Michelsen Institute), Bergen, Norway, National Defense University, National Institute for Public Administration in Pakistan and lectured on Balochistan, Democracy, Federalism and Pakistan’s ethnic politics in numerous forums and other public appearances worldwide.
As a Member of Senate of Pakistan and representative of Balochistan, a Texas sized regions straddling Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan; he articulated on the issues of regions political, economic and cultural rights.
Mr. Baloch was also a Member of Parliament special committee on Balochistan formed in September 2004, where he was the major architect of drafting and placing Balochistan's major political and economic issues before the committee. The committee's failure to deliver as specified in the terms of reference led Mr. Baloch to resign from the committee in December 2004.
He also contributed number of constitutional amendments, bills and legislation regarding center-province relations, power sharing and natural resource management.
He speaks, read and writes in English, Balochi, Persian/Dari, Pushto, Urdu and in Brahvi languages.