Transforming India from TB Hot Zone to TB Hot Shot December 9, 2017 |

Transforming India from TB Hot Zone to TB Hot Shot

As a clinical researcher working to ease the burden of tuberculosis in India, I know first-hand how deadly and miserable tuberculosis can be. Best known for its cruel toll on the lungs, TB can spread to just about every part… Read more
Indiaspora is Hiring a Member Relations Coordinator December 8, 2017 |

Indiaspora is Hiring a Member Relations Coordinator

Position Overview: The Member Relations Coordinator is responsible for assisting with Indiaspora’s member relations, including building and maintaining member information, handling requests, and tracking communications. The coordinator will work closely with Indiaspora’s members—close to 100 Indian-American leaders altogether—to develop a… Read more
Response to Threats and Personal Attacks against FCC Chairman Ajit Pai December 1, 2017 |

Response to Threats and Personal Attacks against FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

We at Indiaspora have recently become aware of threats and personal attacks being directed against Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, in response to the FCC’s effort to rollback net neutrality regulations created by the former White House administration. The… Read more
Leveraging Collective Impact to Promote India’s Development: The Role of the Indian Diaspora in the Fight Against Tuberculosis

Leveraging Collective Impact to Promote India’s Development: The Role of the Indian Diaspora in the Fight Against Tuberculosis

Indiaspora partnered with USAID, American India Foundation, Dasra, and Intellecap on November 9th to bring together leading Indian-Americans and organizations committed to India’s sustainable development, as well as the role of the Indian diaspora in the fight against tuberculosis at Georgetown University India Initiative. Experts offered their thoughts on how the collective impact of the Indian diaspora can work together to advance the Government of…
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Indiaspora partners with MET Community to Celebrate Women Entrepreneurs in the Nation’s Capital

Indiaspora partners with MET Community to Celebrate Women Entrepreneurs in the Nation’s Capital

Indiaspora recently partnered with MET Community, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting innovative, sustainable and responsible women entrepreneurship, as it hosted their Third Annual ForoMET DC to celebrate International Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, a day designated by the United Nations to celebrate, empower and support women entrepreneurs and alleviate poverty. The event, which took place on November 13th in downtown Washington…
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U.S.-Israel-India Business Forum in Silicon Valley

U.S.-Israel-India Business Forum in Silicon Valley

Indiaspora held a day-long US-India-Israel Business Forum on November 13, Monday, in the San Francisco Bay Area at GSVlabs, 585 Broadway, Redwood City, California in conjunction with the Indian and Israeli Consulates, the US-India Business Council (USIBC), and the American Jewish Committee (AJC), among other supporting organizations. The event promoted trilateral business opportunities, with a focus on specific areas: water management food and agriculture medical technology cybersecurity smart…
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Indiaspora’s Objectives

The following three goals drive Indiaspora forward:

  1. Increase the visibility and influence of Indian Americans and get them atively engaged in the community.
  2. Create a platform to help shape a successful U.S. - India partnership, including strategic discussions on issus such as trade, education, immigration, healthcare and security.
  3. Help underpriviliged Indian Americans and Indians by redefining the philanthropic model to promote more effective ways to donate money, services and time.