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Aparna Davé is an attorney with her practice focused in the area of Immigration Law. She received a J.D. in 1992 from Boston University School of Law. Aparna was on the Editorial Board and Staff of Boston University School of Law's Public Interest Law Journal and has worked at the Immigration Clinic of Harvard Law School. Aparna works as a volunteer with Non-Profit Indian Organizations that include the International Hindi Association, Vidya, Association of Indians in America, the Gujarati Samaj of Metro DC, Indian School of Performing Arts, etc. She provides free legal services to local temples and non-profit organizations.
Priti Mehta is a Master's in Public Administration Candidate concentrating in Health Policy at the University of New Mexico.She was raised in New Jersey and began her professional career working at the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. She is passionate about mulitple social justice issues including improving women's health across the United States and globally, blindness policy in India and the rights of people with disabilities. She has presented her research at conferences including the American Public Health Association.
Dolly Pandya is a Risk Management professional in corporate banking with over eight years of experience covering diversified industries at large international banks. She was raised in New Jersey and graduated from Rutgers Business School in 2005. Her interests include women’s empowerment, microfinance and its benefits pertaining to women and improving access to education for underprivileged children globally. Previously, she volunteered with NGOs focusing on domestic violence related to Southeast Asian women by leading financial and computer literacy classes and participated in community outreach initiatives.