Hindu American Foundation: dinner
Hindu American Foundation: Awareness & Membership Drive Dinner
Find out more about our efforts to improve the manner in which Hinduism is taught about in public schools. From working with textbook publishers to providing free Hinduism 101 trainings to public school teachers, we're working to ensure that America's schoolchildren gain a fair and accurate understanding of Hindu philosophy and practice. Join us on November 20 and learn how you can get involved.
Date: Friday, November 20, 2015
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm (Gourmet vegetarian dinner will be provided)
Venue: Ashiana Restaurant at the Global Mall, 5675 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross, GA 30071
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Contact: Dhiru Shah (email@example.com)
Padma Kuppa is a member of HAF's Board of Directors. She holds a bachelors degree in engineering and is an experienced IT analyst. She is a co-founder of Troy-area Interfaith Group and the Outreach Committee at the Bharatiya Temple of Metropolitan Detroit, and is a Planning Commissioner for Troy, MI. She has been involved with other Hindu initiatives, such as the Hindu Mandir Executives’ Conference, Hindu American Seva Charities and the Hindu American Chaplaincy Initiative. She is a Board member of the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion, an Advisory Board member of the women’s interfaith organization, WISDOM, and blogs at patheos.com. She has received multiple awards and congressional recognition for her community leadership, including induction into the MI-India Hall of Fame (2015). Her focus at the Foundation is on the Michigan HAF Chapter and inter-religious cooperation.
Suhag Shukla, Esq. is HAF's Executive Director and a co-founder. She holds a BA in Religion and JD from the University of Florida. As Legal Counsel, Ms. Shukla has helped launch the Foundation as a leading voice for religious freedom. She has been instrumental in the development of a broad range of educational materials and position papers, is on the editorial team of HAF's groundbreaking human rights report, and blogs for the Huffington Post and other fora. She serves on religious advisory committees for the National Geographic, Council on Foreign Relations, the Humane Society of the United States, and the Department of Homeland Security. She is based in Philadelphia, PA.
Hindu American Foundation, 910 17th St NW, Suite 316A, Washington, DC 20006, firstname.lastname@example.org