Sharma is the first Indian American and first person of color elected board president in museumâ€™s history
Indian American community is one of the biggest donors for Philanthropic activities both in the United States and India. Get to know the people of Indian origin who involve in Philanthropy and see how they make valuable investments.
Jayshree Ullal, Neerja Sethi, Neha Narkhede, Indra Nooyi, Reshma Shetty among 100 women featured in Forbes 2022 list
â€˜Despite his underprivileged roots no Indian prime minister was so democratically engaged as Deve Gowdaâ€™
Indian born conservation biologist has worked extensively in the Himalaya on biodiversity conservation to climate change issuesÂ
Spring Luncheon 2022 celebrates women entrepreneurs, including Mona Sinha, New York changemaker for womenâ€™s lives
In her new book, “Strong Connections,” Wang discusses digital technology and its shortcomings, particularly for marginalized women.
RoundGlass founder Sunny (Gurpreet) Singh speaks about his journey as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and a wellbeing seeker.
US based coalitionâ€™s contest is designed to grow the culture of philanthropy among Indian Americans, particularly youth
The groupâ€™s end-to-end digital operating platform has the potential to be as a game changer, the Boston area entrepreneur says.
With reach in 94 countries, Shah provides all South Asians an insight to leaders who look like them
Maulana Azad University, based in Jodhpur, honors the entrepreneur and philanthropist
Red Sox legend David Ortiz, â€˜Big Papiâ€™ is partnering with the women owned, run and built health enterprise
Grant will help hundreds of California families, says Sarita Kohli, Indian American President and CEO of AACI
GOPIO, AAPI, AIA, NFIA & ASEI jointly host virtual discussion and celebration of the Indian Diaspora
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
Indian American couple leads movement for raising awareness about hunger in the USA
Rithani Saravanakumar, winner of the 2nd annual essay competition, speaks to The American Bazaar.
If he wins, the youngest Indian American biomedical engineer wants to contribute for education of children in Afghanistan
Two Indian American community organizations have together served over 75 million meals across America
An Indian American sophomoreâ€™s unique way of connecting to her heritage.
The List recognizes and celebrates the generosity of 100 change-makers from across the world
List recognizes 100 Indian and diaspora leaders who have made significant impact with philanthropy
Indian American community to raise $100,000 in support of Feeding America to celebrate Indiaâ€™s Independence.
HungerMitao co-founder Aradhana Asava joins North Texas Food Bankâ€™s Board of Directors
Support groups formed, fundraisers launched for families of Indian Americans falling to Covid in India.