WWAAC’s Asian Community Leader Award for Neera Bahl
Neera Bahl, Managing Partner of One Path Legal, was recognized for her community leadership with the Outstanding Community Leader Award at the annual conference of the WWAAC Alliance Foundation, (Who’s Who in Asian American Communities) on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at the UPS corporate headquarters in Atlanta.
Bahl, who started her legal career in 2005, founded Neera Bahl & Associates (now One Path Legal) in 2009. Earlier, she interned at the Jimmy Carter Center (Human Rights Division), worked with U.S. Rep. Denise Majette on immigration issues, and served as law clerk for Fulton County Superior Court Judge Gail S. Tusan.
Vir Nanda stands with awardee Neera Bahl and her family, her mother and husband, at the WWAAC 2018 annual conference.
WWAAC Alliance Foundation is a nonprofit created to advance and benefit the lives of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. WWAAC events such as conferences, seminars, and panel discussions focus on the concerns of Asian Americans as well as on educating the public and bringing about awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds of Asian Americans. The all-day conference included workshops and sessions addressing health and wellness and Veterans Caregiving, and a STEM panel discussion.
WWAAC awards honor Asian Americans who have
contributed greatly to various sectors of society.
The June 2018 Awardees were
• Neera Bahl – 2018 WWAAC Asian Community Leader Award
• Venice Bailey - 2018 WWAAC Friend of the Asian Community
• Shandry Law - 2018 WWAAC Asian Community Business Leadership Award
• TraMy Nguyen - 2018 WWAAC Rising Influential Award
• Yannie Tan - 2018 GM LIFT.
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