The groupâ€™s end-to-end digital operating platform has the potential to be as a game changer, the Boston area entrepreneur says.
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Virtual event brings together key stakeholders to explore the intersection of gender and water and share how its social entrepreneurship approach is addressing the issue
Chakravarty, who grew up in New Orleans, has professional experiences in Africa and India.
The Event raises $1 million dollars to create better access to safe drinking water in India and around the world.
â€œWe believe very sincerely that this large, complex global [water] problem is solvable,â€ says CEO Kurt Soderlund.
Proposes water to be the basis of sustainability at UN 2023 Water Conference
Bollywood actor recognized for his â€œextraordinary contributions to the world of art, films, and cultureâ€
An Indian American sophomoreâ€™s unique way of connecting to her heritage.
The Ghanaian-American chef helps raise awareness and support for Safe Water Network.
Social entrepreneur Sanchali Pal leads a passionate crew of doers to address the biggest crisis of our times.
A unique collaboration of musicians, social entrepreneurs and innovators on April 2 to put the spotlight on an issue that needs to be understood by society.
Indra Nooyi, Param Iyer ask young change makers to take the lead at Safe Water Network event.
Safe Water Network hosted global event celebrating World Water Day to feature Indra Nooyi, Param Iyer.
Parameswaran Iyer, who led the implementation of the Swachh Bharat Mission, speaks about the sanitation revolution.
More than 200 organizations and young leaders from over 30 countries attend Safe Water Networkâ€™s youth convening.
Over 500 young changemakers from 35 countries will connect virtually to share innovative ideas for change.
Tandon is one of the recipients of this yearâ€™s Ellis Island Medals of Honor.
USAID and Honeywell support the initiative to strengthen safe water access.
Interview with Dr. Laurien Alexandre, Provost of the Graduate School of Leadership and Change at Antioch University.
Interview with Kim Shah, founder of Boston-based healthcare app KnowYourMeds.
Easy accessibility to clean water can become a game-changer for women and girls in villages, writes high school senior Esha Mittal, who spent the summer in India.Â
Sankaran, an alumnus of IIT Madras, previously served as the CEO of PepsiCo Foods North America.
Nonprofit strategist Colleen Brinkmann, who was born in India to an Indian mother, speaks about her recently released book “Moonshot Leadership” and philanthropy, among other issues.
Interview with Ignatius Chithelen, whose latest book “Passage from India to America”Â lays bare the myths and misconceptions about the American Dream and the missed opportunities for better assimilation.Â Â
Democratic donor Mahendra Tak, lawyer Sheela Murthy, AAHOAâ€™s Jagruti Panwala and NASA astrophysicist Madhulika Guhathakurta among honorees.