Indiaspora is looking for a summer intern! May 15, 2018 | Author: Gabrielle Trippe, Indiaspora Philanthropy Initiatives Manager

Indiaspora is looking for a summer intern!

TITLE International Philanthropy Summer Intern WORKING RELATIONSHIPS – Reports to the Philanthropy Initiatives Manager – Works closely with the Indiaspora Founder and other staff members START DATE preferably June 1st WORKING LOCATION Dupont Circle Area, Washington, D.C. RESPONSIBILITiES/PROJECT Indiaspora is… Read more
Desis Divided explores Indian Americans’ political engagement & mobilization April 20, 2018 | Author: Sangay Mishra, author of "Desis Divided"

Desis Divided explores Indian Americans’ political engagement & mobilization

My book, Desis Divided: The Political Lives of South Asian Americans, is an attempt to understand the process of collective mobilization and political engagement of Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi communities in the United States. This work, started as a doctoral dissertation… Read more
Women and Religion in India: a Documentary on Women’s Rights April 17, 2018 | Author: Disha Arora, Director of "Women & Religion in India"

Women and Religion in India: a Documentary on Women’s Rights

  "I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen." - Benjamin Disraeli All of us make some journeys which are life-changing. For me, one of those journeys was when I traveled alone for the… Read more
Indiaspora Delegation to New Delhi for the US-India-Israel Tech Triangle

Indiaspora Delegation to New Delhi for the US-India-Israel Tech Triangle

Regular readers of Indiaspora’s blogs will recall that Indiaspora took a delegation of our members to Israel in July 2017, to coincide with Indian Prime Minister Modi’s historic visit. During an exclusive meeting with Mr. Modi in Jerusalem, we presented him with our idea of catalyzing a “Tech Triangle” between India, Israel and USA, to leverage and collectively multiply each…
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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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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.