Three Indian Americans in latest Who’s Who in Asian American Communities
For its second annual WWAAC—Who's Who in Asian American Communities gala night, Sachi Koto Communications picked 40 notable Asian Americans from 10 southeastern states. Ani Agnihotri (IIIrd Millennnium Technologies), Raj Razdan (Center for Disease Control) and Harsha Agadi (Church's Chicken) were the three Indian Americans honored last month in Atlanta. The purpose of the WWAAC committee is to recognize the accomplishments of dedicated and successful Asians who serve as role models in the community and also act as a bridge to mainstream America. A portion of the proceeds received by the committee is being donated to the APIASF—Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund. The APIASF is the only national organization that promotes the pursuit of higher education among Asian and Pacific Islander American students by distributing scholarships to qualified first-year undergraduate college, university and vocational school students. The vision of APIASF is to see that all Asian and Pacific Islander Americans who wish to pursue a higher education have that opportunity, regardless of their ethnicity, national origin or financial means. For more information, go to www.apiasf.org.
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