A list of more than 200 members of the over 550 million-strong Indian diaspora holding highest positions globally, including heads of state, will be unveiled on Monday, showcasing the achievements of the community leaders across different sectors.
Indiaspora, a US-based organisation representing the community globally, will release for the first time ever a list of over 200 such leaders from 15 countries on the occasion of US Presidents Day on February 15.
The latest to join the list is US Vice President Kamala Harris, the first Indian-American to hold the post.
The others in the list are elected officials, appointees or civil servants. All have risen to the call of public service and have been key agents in shaping politics and policy from a local to global scale. Their leadership will impact generations to come, Indiaspora said in an email.
It is incredible to see over 200 leaders from 15 countries answer the call of seva and public service. They represent over 550 million constituents,” Indiaspora Founder M R Rangaswami, a Silicon Valley-based entrepreneur and investor told
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