Members In the News
June 1, 2009 – Neerja Raman was announced as a winner of the 2009 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award for her leadership, vision and mentorship in the field of social development through business creation. Presented by the Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC), the largest national award program for the Asian American community, the 2009 awards recognize achievements of 50 awardees as a microcosm of the best of Asian American business owners, professionals and corporate executives.
Founder/ Executive Director of IBPW, Deepka Lalwani interviewed by The Indian Angle. Click here for info.
Deepka was also featured on the front page of the Milpitas Post covering the volunteer efforts for the Milpitas Food Pantry. Click here for the article.
IBPW member Anu Natarajan is the first Indo-American elected to a city council in the Bay Area - Click here for the article.
IBPW speaker in the news - "The economic explosion in India has rewritten the rules for those in search of the next Silicon Valley success story..." Click here for the article.
Pragati Grover has been elected to the Saratoga Union School District's Board. She will start her four year term as a school board member on December 12, 2006. Grover has been an active volunteer in Saratoga elementary schools as well as Redwood Middle School. She was the recipeint of 2006 Volunteer of the Year Award for Saratoga Union School District. From 2002-06 she served as a Library Commissioner for the City of Saratoga. In addition, Grover has served on the Board of AYSO Saratoga and Indian Business & Professional Women.
One of our current IBPW advisors, Radha Basu who is the President, Chairman of the Board and CEO of SupportSoft, Inc. was awarded the “Women of Distinction Award” in 2005.
The Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal and the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) host the "Women of Distinction" awards. They applaud the success of the fifty top women business owners along with honoring the Silicon Valley "Women of Distinction" and the NAWBO "Woman Business Advocate of the Year".
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