Navneet Narula wins Humanitarian Award from Minorities in Business
When Atlanta-based Accenture employee Navneet Singh Narula, an executive in financial services, was contacted by the Minorities in Business (MIB) Foundation earlier this year about being selected for the Humanitarian Award, little did he know that he'd be receiving standing ovations next to celebrities like the Honorable Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan, Tyra Banks and Jackie Robinson. Navneet accepted the esteemed Humanitarian Award on December 10 at the 11th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards gala—a prestigious event that recognizes outstanding achievements by entrepreneurs and corporate executives in various categories highlighting the exceptional visionary and inspirational work of minorities, as well as their philanthropic endeavors in non-governmental, intercontinental, global and multicultural relations. It was his work during the Asian tsunami, the Kashmir earthquake and Hurricane Katrina—and his commitment to the welfare of children affected by natural disasters—that earned him the Humanitarian Award. The foundation also recognized Navneet for his business achievements and for being a role model to all minorities.
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