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.
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Interview with Ignatius Chithelen, whose latest book “Passage from India to America” lays bare the myths and misconceptions about the American Dream and the missed opportunities for better assimilation.
Democratic donor Mahendra Tak, lawyer Sheela Murthy, AAHOA’s Jagruti Panwala and NASA astrophysicist Madhulika Guhathakurta among honorees.
The funds raised is the result of a year-long process of an educational journey about a critical development issue and a deeper process of giving.
Anjali Daryanani has shown what service leadership is all about by investing her skills and years into making a difference in the lives of underserved urban kids in the city of Hyderabad, India.
Agriculture, higher education, unemployment discussed at the inaugural New India Lecture Series.
The WHEELS gala honored Mr. Josh Weston, the former CEO of Automatic Data Processing (ADP), for his years of service as a community leader.
LA-based attorney and philanthropist delivers keynote at American Bazaar Philanthropy Dialogue and Dinner.
The Indian American lawyer recognized for his efforts to re-establish Philadelphia as a global center of policy, commerce and culture.
Interview with Abha Thorat Shah of the British Asian Trust.
Interview with founder of the circle, Indian American Farida Kathawalla.
Nearly a dozen blocks of Madison Avenue in Manhattan and its surrounding areas were resplendent with the Indian tri-color flag at India Day Parade.
Devastating floods leave destruction in their wake, impacting the most in 1,058 villages across 14 districts in the state
Winners are among a diverse group of 171 scientists, writers, scholars, and artists across 48 fields
Flying car faces several challenges to make it viable and urban-friendly
As AI helps smart devices to make daily routines easier, constant improvements are making them safer
ASEI virtual convention focusing on Sustainable Technology Innovations explores futuristic technologies
One in four is an immigrant from 58 countries including India and nearly half self-identify as a person of color.
Eshani Jha gets the top award; Gopal Goel, Vetri Vel and Alay Shah among winners.
The time to change has already passed; the time to mobilize and revolutionize has started.
NITI Aayog and the US Embassy are also planning a series of ‘Road to GES’
Techstar’s India debut is a joint venture with ANSR, a leader in Global In-House Centers
The GES is the preeminent annual gathering of emerging entrepreneurs, investors, and business leaders The United States and India will…
The Challenge is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Sharafat Ali Khan, 32, had arranged for entry of large numbers of illegal immigrants from Pakistani and other countries into the United States.