November 2020 -
Sudeep Reddy, who spent a decade at The Wall Street Journal as a reporter and economics editor, joined Politico in 2017. Now a managing editor at this political news outlet in Washington, D.C., his mission is to present carefully curated, fact-based stories that are compelling. Reddy is a graduate of Brown with a degree in biomedical ethics and American history.
August 2020 -
Sunil Adam, who was the editor-in-chief of India Abroad until it stopped production, is the founding editor of American Kahani. He launched this online portal to showcase uncensored Indian-American voices.
July 2020 -
Anirvan Chatterjee, founder of BookFinder.com and director of Data Strategy at UC-San Francisco’s Clinical & Translational Science Institute, calls for stronger ties between South Asian Americans and African Americans. He notes how they have worked together in past and can do so again.
June 2020 -
Violinist Sheela Iyengar, member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO), talks about the trials and triumphs of her musicianship, micro concerts with her fellow housebound instrumentalists, not being a Tiger Mom, and how you can learn to play an instrument from your couch.
May 2020 -
A long-established newspaper with a storied legacy, the Atlanta Journal Constitution is experiencing, like so many other regional publications, unprecedented challenges. In a revealing interview that touches on his important role as Vice President and General Manager at AJC, Bala Sundaramoorthy talks about readers, his Indian background, technology, the future of news, and more.
April 2020 -
Virginia Senator Ghazala Hashmi, Ph.D., is a former Georgian with fond memories of the Deep South. Also an immigrant from India, she sees herself as an American above all.
March 2020 -
DHAVAL PANCHAL: A MODEL OUTLOOK. A conservative, Indian background needn’t stop a guy from being an film and TV actor, a fashion model, a blogger, a brand ambassador for a fashion retailer, and a DJ.
January 2020 -
DR. VEENA RAO: THE CANCER FIGHTER. Talk Time has a new host, and her first interview is with a professor at Morehouse College who was awarded a $100,000 grant for her breast cancer research.
December 2019 -
Dr. Rumman Chowdhury, named by Forbes as one of ‘Five Who are Shaping AI,’ is Global Lead for Responsible AI at Accenture Applied Intelligence. She gives importance to ethics and transparency.
November 2019 -
ANITA AYSOLA: STEAM, NOT STEM. A math teacher at an Atlanta high school is also a rising musician who teaches songwriting to her students. Her "Heartbeat” anthem protests Georgia’s abortion law.