In addition to my OSA experience, I have gained valuable insights into the needs of immigrant Indian diaspora as well as the second generation Indians through my association with the Indian Association of North Texas as its General Secretary and Director. I have used these opportunities to strengthen the community through socio-cultural programs, consensus building and targeted fund raising (such as $81,000 for Orissa Super Cyclone.) My interest in community service started at a very young age when I was elected as Secretary of Science Society in F.M. College, Balasore. Subsequently, I represented REC Rourkela student body in University level activities and organized cultural activities.
My past service to the OSA as convener of the 2011 convention, co-convener of the 2004 convention, and President of OSA-Southwest Chapter from 2005-2009 has enriched my vision for a stronger and more effective OSA. This vision includes expanding OSA’s role in specific areas such as youth activities, senior citizen service, educational and cultural linkages with Orissa and establishing a student exchange program. My discussion with leaders of other Indian Organizations in USA, such as Telugu Association of North America has reinforced my view that not only these goals are achievable, but also they would go a long way in strengthening our community and drawing more members to make our community life vibrant and productive.
With your support, I aspire to lead OSA to the next level in service and activity.
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