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Indian-American Usha Reddi takes oath as Kansas state Senator

Indian-American Usha Reddi takes oath as Kansas state Senator

Her family immigrated from India to the US in 1973, when she was eight years-old. She was raised in Columbus, Ohio, along with her two brothers. She was first elected to the Manhattan City Commission for a four-year term in April 2013 and re-elected in 2017 and 2021. She served as Mayor in 2016-2017 and in 2020.

Indian-American Usha Reddi takes oath as Kansas state Senator

Indian-American named NASA's chief technologist

Indian-American named NASA's chief technologist

In his role, Charania will align NASA's agency wide technology investments with mission needs across six mission directorates and oversee technology collaboration with other federal agencies, the private sector, and external stakeholders. The role is housed within NASA's Office for Technology, Policy, and Strategy.

Indian-American named NASA's chief technologist

Sitharaman, Harris among Forbes' 100 most powerful women

Sitharaman, Harris among Forbes' 100 most powerful women

In 2021, Harris became the first woman, the first Black person, and the first South Asian-American to become the American Vice President.  Sitharaman was appointed as India's first female Finance Minister in May 2019. 

Sitharaman, Harris among Forbes' 100 most powerful women

Introducing Harpreet Kaur

Introducing Harpreet Kaur

Through Why Blend In, Harpreet aims to help people understand their potential and reach their goals. She is an inspirational leader who has conducted keynotes, podcasts, webinars and workshops at Microsoft, LinkedIn, Teradata and many others. 

Introducing Harpreet Kaur

Indian-American named president of Tufts University

Indian-American named president of Tufts University

His academic career began by teaching at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was later the Fred H. Merrill Professor of Operations, Information and Technology. He was named dean of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In 2016, he became provost and senior vice president at Johns Hopkins.

Indian-American named president of Tufts University

2 Indian-origin community helpers in Australia win $672,805 mn grant

2 Indian-origin community helpers in Australia win $672,805 mn grant

Two Indian-origin achievers are among 20 inspiring Australians who have won A$$1 million grant ($672,805) for creating sustainable and innovative solutions to address community issues.  New South Wales-based Amar Singh and Rishi Verma have won the grant under the Tomorrow Maker program by Sydney-based AMP Foundation.

2 Indian-origin community helpers in Australia win $672,805 mn grant

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