Featured in the list are Geeta Aiyer, Rajiv J. Shah, Ajay Banga, Jigar Shah, Manoj Sinha, and Bhavish Aggarwal
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Guests include World Bank President Ajay Banga, lawmakers Raja Krishnamoorthi, Pramila Jayapal, Ro Khanna and Shri Thanedar
Immigrantsâ€™ diverse perspectives and experiences make us stronger, says the World Bankâ€™s first-ever Indian American president
Harrisâ€™ assurance to first Indian American World Bank chief comes in the leadup to the September G20 Leaders Summit in India
â€œBanga will be a transformative leader, bringing expertise, experience, and innovationâ€ to the position, says Biden
Indian American executive to lead Bank Group’s â€œambitions and efforts aimed at tackling the toughest development challenges facing developing countries.”
Multilateral institution needs to evolve to tackle intertwined challenge of climate change and poverty, he says
If elected, Banga would become the first ever Indian-American and Sikh-American to lead the multilateral development bank
Indiaspora says Banga brings a sharp focus on climate resiliency and environmental sustainability
Indian American business leader â€œis uniquely equipped to lead the World Bank at this critical moment in historyâ€
The List recognizes and celebrates the generosity of 100 change-makers from across the world
Based in 11 countries, including the US and Canada, they have over 3.6 million employees.
Indian Americans included in 17 Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups.
The 2019 EMpower ethnic minority executives list showcases business leaders who are breaking down barriers at work.
Some 500 guests, among them business executives, investors, entrepreneurs and community leaders, attend the event.
Activist Shahnaz Taplin Chinoy, banker Nandita Bakhshi honored at the event.
15th anniversary gala honored Victor Menezes.
Sundar Pichai, Romesh Wadhwani and Kanwal Rekhi gave money to campaigns of Indian American congressional hopefuls.
Banga will serve as co-chair of the Board.
Meteoric rise for the IIM Ahmedabad alum.
October 4 gala has fundraising goal of $225,000.