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Annual Report 2013-14 - American India Foundation
2 MILLION VOICES OF CHANGE
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14
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Villagers in Seraikela district, Jharkhand attend an informational clinic held by the Maternal and Newborn Survival Initiative. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
FROM OUR LEADERSHIP
IMPACT 2013-2014
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4
A PATH TO OPPORTUNITY 6
LEARNING LOOKS DIFFERENT NOW 8
ABILITY-BASED LIVELIHOOD EMPOWERMENT 10
AN ENTREPRENEURIAL FAMILY 12
PRESERVING THE PAST, ENVISIONING THE FUTURE 14
THE POWER OF KNOWLEDGE AND TRUST 16
YEAR IN REVIEW 18
OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT 20
PARTNERSHIP AND REACH 24
FINANCIALS 30
PEOPLE 32
SUPPORTERS 42
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Cover Photo: Learning and Migration Program students in Nuapada District, Odisha wave from their school building. Back Cover Photo: Sameera Silveira,
a visually impaired teacher who trained with Ability Based Livelihoods Empowerment (ABLE), now teaches ABLE students in Bangalore, Karnataka. (Photographs ©Prashant Panjiar)
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Rickshaw Sangh beneficiaries Ramesh Chauhan andAMERICAN
his wife, Dhan
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their newly
purchased
rickshaw
in Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh. (Photograph ©
Prashant Panjiar)
FROM OUR
LEADERSHIP
Dear Friends,
Mini, a new mother, clutched her healthy newborn tightly, relief and gratitude spreading across her face. Her baby had suffered a severe case of pneumonia, and Mini had been terrified
that she might lose her newborn daughter, Deepika. Thanks to
the quick thinking of local sahiya (community health worker)
Sushma, who was trained by AIF, Deepika is now a healthy
baby. Mini and Deepika come first to our minds when we
think about the importance, the impact, and the potential of
AIF. Their story (which you will find in this report) paints a
small picture of the hope AIF has been able to instill in marginalized communities across India.
Thanks to your generosity, we have now raised over $92 million, partnered with 248 organizations, invested in 23 states
in India, and transformed more than 2.3 million lives. With
a firm resolve to change lives, AIF will continue to grow –
thoughtfully and with purpose.
This year marked a number of successful new ideas, projects,
and partners. AIF was the proud recipient of a multiyear grant
from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and
Human Dignity Foundation, members of an international
funding collaborative focused on improving secondary education – for the expansion of AIF’s Learning and Migration Program (LAMP) through a new initiative: Pathways of Light. The
LAMP Pathways project will focus on ensuring that children
who stay in primary school through LAMP continue their education through secondary school as well, with a special emphasis on retaining girls. We are also thrilled to report that the
Maternal and Newborn Survival Initiative (MANSI) has demonstrated proof of concept, lowering the neonatal mortality
rate in the Seraikela district of Jharkhand by nearly one-third.
This success helped our partner Tata Steel win the prestigious
Corporate Citizen of the Year award from Economic Times.
We will now scale up MANSI within Jharkhand, with additional plans to expand to the states of Uttarakhand and Odisha.
AIF’s other new initiative in Uttarakhand came about after
flash floods from the ‘Himalayan Tsunami’ wiped out crucial
infrastructure across the state last year. In partnership with
the Uttarakhand Mandal of America (UMA), we are investing
in several livelihoods projects that will regenerate the devastated region. The first project is being implemented through
the Mount Valley Development Association (MVDA), and is
empowering women along villages of the Kalimath Valley to
build livelihoods through dairy and agriculture enterprises.
We are also pleased to report the inspirational success of
our work to assist persons with disabilities, highlighted by
the multimedia Campaign VEER in India, in partnership with
Coca-Cola, Network 18’s CNN-IBN channel, and Bollywood
Actor Salman Khan’s NGO ‘Being Human.’ With a national
television and digital initiative to raise awareness of the challenges faced by persons with disabilities, and advocate for
their employment, AIF is on the forefront of inclusive development and advocacy for this highly marginalized group of
people.
As AIF’s reach in India grows, so does its community base
in the United States. With new chapters in Orange County,
California; Atlanta, Georgia; and Richmond, Virginia, AIF is
poised to inspire new communities to expand and strengthen
their ties to India.
With Warm Regards,
Lata Krishnan
Chair
Pradeep Kashyap
Vice Chair
Venkat Srinivasan
Vice Chair
M.A. Ravi Kumar
CEO
Our heartfelt thanks go out to every member of the AIF family
– your dedication and support is what enables us to continue
to reach the marginalized in India and offer the opportunity to
change their lives.
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Rafik Ahamath holds up his diploma upon graduating from AIF’s Ability Based Livelihood Empowerment (ABLE) training
in Bangalore. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
OUR IMPACT
2013-14
EDUCATION
PUBLIC HEALTH
LEARNING AND MIGRATION PROGRAM (LAMP)
DIGITAL EQUALIZER
MATERNAL AND NEWBORN SURVIVAL INITIATIVE (MANSI)
LIVELIHOOD
MARKET ALIGNED SKILLS TRAINING (MAST)
ABILITY BASED LIVELIHOOD EMPOWERMENT (ABLE)
RICKSHAW SANGH
SINCE 2001
$92
MILLION
INVESTED
LEADERSHIP
WILLIAM J. CLINTON FELLOWSHIP FOR SERVICE IN INDIA
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23
STATES
OF INDIA
248
NGO
PARTNERS
2.3
MILLION
LIVES
IMPACTED
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A Learning and Migration Program (LAMP) student attends a support class at the Kusumjore government school in Nuapada District, Odisha. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
A PATH TO
OPPORTUNITY
Twelve year-old Rajeshwari Majhi’s family is one of millions in
India who are dependent on seasonal migration for their livelihoods. Rajeshwari’s parents migrate 500 miles from Khamtarai village, Odisha to Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh to work in
brick kilns, taking their young children along. Rajeshwari and
her older sister Bhuleswari would either idle their days away at
the dangerous worksite, or be put to work themselves.
In the vast informal economy of seasonal distress migration
and labor, it is children who suffer the most. Forced to accompany their families to unsafe worksites, they leave behind
their friends, communities, and most crucially, their schools.
Worksite conditions lack basic infrastructure for education
and healthcare, and in addition to missing school, children do
not receive the proper nutrition and hygiene they need.
AIF’s Learning and Migration Program (LAMP) provides an
avenue to education as well as safe and clean accommodation, nutritional meals, and a nurturing community in which
children can learn. LAMP works with some of the most highly
neglected communities in India to ensure that the children of
seasonal migrants have access to consistent, high quality, and
age-appropriate education. LAMP’s Learning Enrichment Program (LEP) provides the tools and curriculum children need
to learn basic skills like reading, writing, and arithmetic, and
also helps them build new skills such as problem solving and
critical thinking.
Many parents refuse to leave their children behind when they
migrate, citing safety concerns and often a disregard for the
importance of education. Part of LAMP’s outreach involves
forming village councils and training community members
to improve school management, building trust between community leaders, parents, and families, and establishing a way
for parents to realize the importance of education for their
children.
Although Rajeshwari’s parents were reluctant to leave their
daughters behind, they could see that Rajeshwari and Bhuleswari
were not getting the opportunities they needed, and were bored
and unhappy at the kilns. They agreed to let the girls stay back
in the village while they worked at the brick kilns, and Rajeshwari
and Bhuleswari joined a LAMP hostel.
Often, children starting LAMP classes have never experienced consistent learning, and the adjustement period can
be challenging. To accustom children to regular schooling,
LAMP uses bridge classes to bring students up to their ageappropriate learning levels. Meanwhile, children eat regular
and nutritional meals, practice good hygiene, learn life skills
by playing educational games with friends, and build ties to
their communities.
“Earlier, I used to be lonely in the kilns. Now that I’m in the
hostel, I am with many friends who support me,” says Rajeshwari. “I’m getting to study and learn. I don’t want to return to
the brick kilns because I feel lonely there.”
Rajeshwari’s parents are tremendously proud of her progress
in school, and hope that education will open up opportunities
for their daughter that they never had. “I don’t want to work
in the brick kilns – that is what illiterate people do,” asserts
Rajeshwari. “I want to go to an office and make videos. I love
to watch cartoons and other learning aids on the computer in
the Resource Center.”
“I will continue to study in the hostel. Whenever I miss my
parents, I tell my teacher and he gives me his cell phone to
speak with my parents. They are happy to hear my voice, happy to hear me greet them with ‘Namaste’, and they tell me to
study well.”
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“
Earlier, I used to be lonely in
the kilns. Now that I’m in the hostel,
I am with many friends who support me.
I’m getting to study and learn.”
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Learning and Migration Program student Rajeshwari Majhi at her seasonal hostel in Nuapada District, Odisha. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
LEARNING LOOKS
DIFFERENT NOW
At Akshay Pratishthan, an NGO-aided school outside of Delhi,
the children have been tasked with making artwork for book
covers utilizing user-friendly software. One stands out for its
creativity, with an interesting monster on the front and back.
The creation of Chintu Yadav, a Class 5 student, is unlike others in its imagination.
11 year-old Chintu is an energetic student benefiting from the
Digital Equalizer, AIF’s signature solution to improving public
education through technology. His family migrated to Delhi
in search of work from rural Bihar. Chintu is the first member
of his family to be able to read, write and speak in English, a
valuable skill in today’s global village. At school, Digital Equalizer provides him access to technology such as computers
with language software like English Helper, which has been
instrumental in helping Chintu hone and master his English
proficiency.
Hundreds of thousands of schools across India lack basic
computer technology and face significant obtacles in preparing youth to succeed in the global economy. The gap between
knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the real word and
the outdated teaching methods in schools is contributing to
nearly half of all students dropping out at the crucial ages of
secondary school – a staggering dropout rate for a rapidly developing country.
Digital Equalizer bridges this educational divide through technology, bringing access and resources like computers and
internet connectivity to schools across India, and transforms
teaching and learning into a dynamic, interactive process that
engages students and teachers alike. Targeting under resourced
government schools, Digital Equalizer helps teachers be more
effective in pedagogy while motivating and inspiring students
to see the connections between classwork and their own lives.
Chintu, who is fascinated with all kinds of technology, can already repair a tubelight and will soon learn how to repair a
fan. “I want to be an electrician when I grow up,” he says,
“because I will be able to run my own electrical business and
don’t need to work for anyone.” At home, Chintu’s confidence
and command of English helps him serve customers at his
mother’s tea stall, and he is able to help his parents communicate better as well.
Digital Equalizer equips schools with a computer center to
enhance student learning, and reaches approximately 400 students per site. Aimed at stimulating the academic interest of
secondary school students in grades 6-10, the program trains
educators in basic computer literacy, internet research, and creative teaching methods. These skills help students not only in
the classroom, but in their extracurricular learning as well.
Students who attend Digital Equalizer schools demonstrate
improved learning outcomes in various core subjects, and
increasingly utilize technology within their studies and project assignments. Digital Equalizer is impacting students even
outside the classroom by showing them how to take charge
of their education, stimulating their curiosity about the world,
and providing resources for them to explore their own interests. Their parents see the visible results of higher grades,
higher competencies, and valuable knowledge, and are increasingly supportive of keeping them in school. To ensure
that Digital Equalizer’s benefits reach as many students and
teachers as possible, AIF partners with state governments to
scale and sustain the work over the long term, building the capacity of local governments to embrace and provide technology as a means to an educational culture of engaged learning
and innovation.
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“
Digital Equalizer is impacting
students even outside the
classroom by showing them how to
take charge of their education.”
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Digital Equalizer student Chintu Yadav shows off his Summer Camp project at Akshay Pratishtan school in Delhi. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
Ability-Based
Livelihood
Empowerment
Diagnosed with retina pigmentosa at age eight, Samira’s eyesight continued to worsen as she grew up in Vasco da Gama,
Goa, avoiding friends and neighbors out of shame and discomfort at not being able to recognize them or participate in
everyday activities with her peers. Her parents took her to several doctors, but none of them could recommend an effective
treatment, and Samira had to face the prognosis that by the
age of 30, she would be completely blind.
Thankfully, Samira’s academic achievement did not suffer.
She completed high school and after graduating from Class
12, Samira earned a certificate in secretarial skills and joined
the working world. Her job at a shipping company revived
many of her old fears of inadequacy, and she confided in her
doctor that her inability to use computers in her workplace
made her feel incompetent. Upon her doctor’s recommendation, Samira and her father decided to travel to Bangalore so
that Samira could explore her options for learning to use computers through AIF’s Ability-Based Livelihoods Empowerment
initiative (ABLE).
By providing comprehensive training for persons with disabilities that is custom tailored to fit the local economy’s market
needs, ABLE was conceived out of AIF’s successful Market
Aligned Skills Training (MAST) program equipping disadvantaged young people with the skills they need to find gainful
employment. Building off the success of MAST, AIF launched
ABLE to meet the needs of India’s persons with disabilities in
gaining marketable skills and obtaining equal, inclusive and
dignified livelihoods. ABLE builds the knowledge base and
capacity of NGOs working specifically with persons with dis-
abilities, developing curricula for employment fields that are
accessible to persons with disabilities and leading advocacy in
the private sector to prepare and encourage inclusive human
resource practices within companies.
“When I was in Goa, I would see my younger brothers using
the computer and I would long to do it, but I just couldn’t see
the screen,” explains Samira. “Through AIF, I learned career
centric computer training. I even improved in my social behavior and could talk to people with confidence.”
Using non-visual desktop access software, Samira was able to
learn how to operate a computer system. ABLE enabled Samira not only to accept her disability, but also to practice positive
thinking and self-advocacy. Armed with a valuable skillset and
the confidence she never had as a child, Samira now looks
forward to turning 30 as a milestone of all her achievements,
rather than dreading it as the end of her opportunities. She
declares, “After training, I have lost my fear.”
Inspired and driven by her newfound self-confidence, Samira
decided to help others by becoming a trainer herself, and now
teaches a class of about 30 students. “I enjoy training candidates from urban as well as rural backgrounds. I feel the greatest happiness if a candidate grasps what I’m imparting in the
class.” Samira also offers her guidance and counselling to any
disabled candidate to deal with problems at the workplace,
and accompanies demo teams on visits to corporate offices
to build awareness of the possibilities and value of hiring persons with disabilties.
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After training, I have lost my fear.”
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Sameera Silvera, a visually impaired trainer who benefitted
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(Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
An
Entrepreneurial
Family
Mayaram Singh Gautam, originally from rural Agra, worked
for years as a farmland laborer. Poverty forced him to migrate
with his wife and son to the urban area of Sewla Sarai, in the
hope that he would earn more. Mayaram found a job in the
brick kilns, which, when added to earnings from his eldest son,
made up enough to get by. However, the family tragically lost
their eldest son to illness soon after – an unexpected blow both
emotionally and financially. The family’s earnings were no longer enough to cover their cost of living, housing, and school
fees for their daughters. As a result, the girls did not attend
school. Mayaram’s wife, Sharada Devi, urged him to find out
more about the Rickshaw Sangh program she had heard about,
and suggested he try to get a trolley rickshaw.
AIF’s Rickshaw Sangh helps rickshaw drivers become asset
owners through a combination of access to financial services
and a suite of social benefits. Through the program, drivers organize into joint-liability collectives and are able to access credit, largely thanks to the First Loss Default Guarantee (FLDG)
underwritten by AIF, which reassures banks that they will not
lose money. Rickshaw Sangh also provides benefits such as
ID cards, licenses, permits, insurance, and uniforms – all key
components of legitimizing and building social respect for this
informal industry.
Marayam and Sharada are paying off their trolley rickshaw,
which they co-own through the program’s emphasis on joint
spousal ownership. Since the program started, approximately
70% of Rickshaw Sangh assets have been jointly loaned to both
driver and spouse, promoting a more egalitarian approach to
household finance, as well as enabling families to share responsibilities. Mayaram’s new license and uniform lend him cred-
ibility, and several small businesses in the leather goods and
brick industries have reached out to him for their transportation needs. Mayaram now earns two to three times as much
as he previously did, and Sharada stays closely involved in the
family’s finances. Mayaram has the freedom to chose his business partners and work on his own schedule, which he finds
tremendously motivating. “As soon as I can pay for this rickshaw, I will take another loan and start a business,” he says. “I
don’t want to be a rickshaw puller for life. Poor people aren’t
privileged enough to harbor aspirations – we earn and spend
on our daily living expenses – but if I start a business, I can rent
out this trolley rickshaw. We can send the girls to school now”.
Many rickshaw drivers are migrants from rural areas, hoping
to find better paying work in cities. Because they come to the
city with so little, owning an asset can seem like a daunting and
impossible goal, and they ultimately fall into the hands of loan
sharks in order to pay the rent on their borrowed rickshaws.
This cycle of poverty is nearly impossible to escape without
help, forcing millions of people into sustained debt. AIF’s Rickshaw Sangh is succeeding in transforming the industry by providing a safe, honest, and formalized way for drivers to pay off
loans and own their own vehicles. The result is rickshaw drivers
and families who can make informed decisions, control their
futures, and lead empowered lives.
Mayaram’s family can now build up their savings, and is inspired by their newfound freedom. “We will open a shop, and I
will run it,” says Sharada. “Earlier, my husband was not earning
much and sometimes he wouldn’t work at all. Then I suggested
to him that we should get the rickshaw, and now we are much
better off.”
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“
If I start a business,
I can rent out this trolley rickshaw.
We can send the girls to school.”
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Rickshaw Sangh beneficiary Maya Ram and his wife, Sharda, with their two daughters and newly owned rickshaw in Agra. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
Preserving the
Past, Envisioning
the Future
Why do we tell stories? Stories have the power to inspire, inform, and connect communities. It was his father’s stories
about India’s Partition that first sparked Zain Alam’s interest
in India, and the act of collecting stories that Zain devoted
himself to as one of AIF’s William J. Clinton Fellows for Service
in India.
than willing to share. “Some of them haven’t told [their story]
in years, and you can see their sense of relief that someone is
there to hear their story,” Zain observed. “Partition still has a
trauma that lives on today with families that are on both sides
of the border and can’t see one another. The generation that
saw that will be gone in the next ten years.”
After his first trip to India interviewing family members for his
honors thesis, Zain wanted to return to the subcontinent and
further explore the history that intrigued him. He was accepted to AIF’s Fellowship program and perfectly matched with
the 1947 Partition Archive in New Delhi. Zain was thrilled that
he would be returning to India to preserve the memories of
Partition – memories that drew him to India in the first place.
Zain admits that the Fellowship was often challenging, but explains that his experience helped him develop a new patience
and endurance in his everyday life. “There might not be a lot
of money [in] the fields we are working in, but there is a lot of
kindness,” he says. “If you know how to harness it and pay
it forward, that energy will stay in you and in the project for
longer than you think.”
The AIF Fellowship pairs skilled young professionals from the
United States and India with grassroots and under-resourced
NGOs and social enterprises across India to support social
and economic projects that are scalable, impactful, and sustainable. Through ten months of service, Fellows gain extensive knowledge and firsthand experience of India’s development space.
AIF’s Fellows return from their service with new experiences,
knowledge, and ideas. Together, they form a forward-thinking
community of socially engaged, global citizens who will become the leaders of tomorrow. Alumni of the AIF Fellowship
are leaders in international development, academia, entrepreneurship, and many other fields. Collectively, they are a force
for sustainable change in India.
As a Story Scholar for the 1947 Partition Archive, Zain interviewed Partition survivors all over the country, adding to a
collection of oral histories that document the challenges and
traumas that marked the birth of modern India. He collected
close to 150 oral histories from Partition witnesses in Delhi,
Lucknow, Mumbai, and Hyderabad. As Zain discovered, not
everyone is willing to open up. For some, just mentioning Partition can elicit immediate negative and emotional reactions.
Many people told him not to call again. Others were more
“It’s going to be very difficult, and incredibly testing, and
trying of your patience, but you will grow so much from it,”
Zain says of the Fellowship. “You’ll be in a group of amazing,
driven people. And the fact that the Fellows are both Indian
and American is in itself an incredible bridge between two societies and cultures. [It creates] friendships that will last very
long – friendships from which you might actually see some
incredible projects and NGOs result, that nobody would have
envisioned before this Fellowship – but are now possible.”
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“
The fact that the Fellows are
both Indian and American is
in itself an incredible bridge
between two societies and cultures.”
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AIF Fellow Zain Alam interviews the Dutta family at their home in Gurgaon, Haryana, to collect stories for the Partition Archive. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
The Power
of Knowledge
and Trust
Born without complications in the hospital, baby Deepika and
her delighted mother, Mini Gop, went home after three days.
During Mini’s pregnancy, she had depended on the guidance
of her trusted sahiya (community health worker) Sushma, who
received training through AIF’s Maternal and Newborn Survival
Initiative (MANSI). Sushma accopmanied her to the MANSI
Clinic on several occations, advised a nutritous diet, and provided her with calcium and iron supplements.
A week later, Mini noticed that Deepika had a high temperature, and informed her husband, Rakhal, of her concerns. That
evening, they called Sushma, who took Deepika’s temperature
(101°F) and also noticed umbilical cord abscess – a possible
sign of sepsis, a bacterial infection that is a leading cause of
death in newborns and requires immediate action.
Upon recognizing the symptoms, Sushma insisted that the parents call a Mamta Van to take the baby to hopsital, but Rakhal
refused. He was worried that the cool evening temperatures
would do the baby harm, and did not feel that Deepika’s symptoms merited the long and arduous trip to the hospital.
Due to a lack of health education in Jharkhand, sahiyas often
face resistance from families to new treatments and hospital
visits. In addition to increasing regular hospital care to ensure
healthy pregnancies and deliveries, a core element of the MANSI approach is equipping sahiyas with the knowledge and ability
to provide care for newborns in the home. This creates trust in
the community, enhancing the ability of sahiyas to further educate the village’s mothers and families about safe health practices – an approach which has resulted in a 32.7% decrease in
the neonatal mortality rate.
Caught in a difficult situation between Mini, who desperately
wanted Deepika to receive medical attention, and Rakhal, who
refused to make the trip, Sushma refused to leave the baby’s
chances to fate. When Deepika’s temperature went up to 105°F,
Sushma asserted that she would have to intervene in order to
save the baby’s life. Moved by her persistance, Rakhal signed
the consent form allowing Sushma to treat the baby.
Through the training provided to her in MANSI, Sushma sterilized the enviornment and began to administer antibiotics to
Deepika. She returned several times a day, closely monitoring
the baby’s progress and symptoms while advising Mini on safe
care practices. After seven sleepless days, much to the family’s
relief, Deepika finally responded to the treatment and began to
drink milk regularly, gaining weight and returning to full health.
“I trust the sahiya,” says Mini. “She would come every hour to
check my baby’s temperature. Since my baby was responding
to the sahiya’s treatment, we did not need to take her to the
hospital. Sahiyas do good for the village.”
Through a public-private partnership, MANSI provides resources and training for sahiyas, empowering the community
and improving access to healthcare. Sushma has been regularly attending MANSI trainings since 2011, and it was there
that she learned how to recognize sepsis and treat it in time.
“I am really ecstatic that the MANSI training was so useful in
saving this baby’s life,” says Sushma. “The villagers trust me
now, and call me whenever they need me. I immediately call
for the Mamta Van and rush them to the hospital. I have eleven
mothers due in the next three months and I’m looking forward
to their deliveries.”
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The villagers trust me now,
and call me whenever they need me.”
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YEAR IN REVIEW
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LEARNING AND MIGRATION PROGRAM (LAMP)
• Girls’ Education & Secondary Education: Received 3-year
grant from The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Human Dignity Foundation, two members of
the Partnership to Strengthen Innovation and Practice in
Secondary Education (PSIPSE), to improve the access to
and quality of secondary education in Kutch, with a specific
focus on ensuring that girls complete their education.
• Sustainability: School Management Committees (SMCs)
facilitated by AIF are receiving direct funding from government sources in Odisha. AIF was invited to provide
technical support in training educators and monitoring
the progress of the 124 new hostels in 4 districts, keeping
4,437 children in school.
• New Partnerships: Formulated new partnerships with Unnati – Organisation for Development Education, and Shikshan Ane Samaj Kalyan Kendra to expand the program to
new districts and build wider advocacy in Gujarat.
• Community Building: Guided the formation of SMC Federations in 7 Blocks in Gujarat – the first such initiative in
the state – to help promote better governance and community ownership over education, and provide support to
the individual SMCs to take village-level issues forward.
DIGITAL EQUALIZER
• Flipped Classroom: Piloted a new methodology of classroom instruction in government schools, utilizing technology to implement video instruction for lessons. Class
time is spent instead on discussion and analysis, group
work, and teacher support, creating an interactive learning experience.
• “Tab Labs”: Created tablet laboratories in schools to provide a digital platform for interactive learning. Assess-
ment tools are built into every tablet to monitor and evaluate student progress. Embedded sign language in Tab
Lab classroom content in the Tablab, making DE curricula inclusive and accessible to hearing impaired students.
• English Helper: Implemented innovative multi-sensory
language software into curricula, increasing English proficiency, reading comprehension, and writing skills.
RICKSHAW SANGH
• Expansion: Expanded program to Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh, and forged new partnerships with financial
institutions Bhartiya Mahila Bank, UCO Bank, and Bank of
Maharashtra.
• Rain Basera: Initiated a project in partnership with the Municipal Corporation of Muzaffarpur that provides basic
shelter for rickshaw drivers during storms, including a safe
place to sleep, rickshaw repair services, and a canteen.
• Health Education: Launched a campaign to educate
rickshaw drivers and their families about positive health
practices, using the traditional performance art medium
of puppetry. The initiative also provides medical checkups for rickshaw drivers and their families.
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 18
MARKET ALIGNED SKILLS TRAINING (MAST)
• Campaign VEER: In partnership with Coca-Cola, media
conglomerate Network 18, and Bollywood actor Salman
Khan’s NGO Being Human, AIF launched Campaign
VEER – a national television and digital initiative to raise
awareness of the challenges faced by persons with disabilities, and advocate for them to have equal, dignified
employment opportunities.
• Financial Literacy: Developed two mobile applications
to teach financial principles to program participants
through support of Citi Foundation. The apps teach
youth basic financial literacy skills such as how to open a
bank account, use online banking, get a loan, and learn
about investment options.
• Virtual MAST: Completed the first year of the Virtual
MAST pilot, designed to provide an ‘on the job’ training
experience for MAST candidates. In collaboration with
Anudip Foundation, Virtual MAST uses technology to
provide advanced quality training that is adapted to employers’ needs to ensure that candidates have long-term
employment opportunities.
• Informal Sector Workers: MAST has expanded its training
benefits, in partnership with Saath Charitable Trust, to
ensure more secure livelihoods for informal sector workers in fields like electrical work, plumbing, and masonry.
As a result, 80% percent of these workers have seen at
least a 10% increase in income.
WILLIAM J. CLINTON FELLOWSHIP
FOR SERVICE IN INDIA
Fellows contributed to economic and social development in
fields from education to public health to youth development.
Their projects included:
• A Focus on Inclusion: Fellow Angela Kohama collaborated with three Fellows to author “Just Like You,” a children’s book about disability, which will be accompanied
by a manual on inclusive education and lesson plans for
educators.
• Transcribe: Fellows Ilana Millner and Ned Dostaler are
producing a multimedia project and exposé about India’s
hijra (transgender) community.
• Education: Developing a girls’ education curriculum, “Her
Voice,” for VOICE 4 Girls in Hyderabad, and promoting
effective Corporate Social Responsibilty in education at
Central Square Foundation in New Delhi.
• Livelihoods: Developing mobile metrics for solid waste
management at NGO Waste Ventures, and building technology-based job training solutions with Anudip Foundation in Kolkata.
• Public Health: Leading training initiatives in comprehensive
health and hygiene for hillside villages in the Darjeeling area
with Broadleaf Health and Education Alliance/CHAI.
MATERNAL AND NEWBORN
SURVIVAL INITIATIVE (MANSI)
• Survey findings demonstrate that MANSI has:
•Increased the percentage of pregnant women receiving at
least 3 antenatal medical checkups from 41.3% to 91.3%.
•Increased the percentage of safe and clean hospital de-
liveries (as opposed to home deliveries) from 20.7%
to 79.2%.
•Reduced the neonatal mortality rate by 32.7%.
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 19
OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT
NEW YORK
WASHINGTON, DC
Honoree Dr. Amarjit S. Marwah, AIF Trustees Tania and
Dinesh Mirchandani, and hosts Ravi and Radhika Achar celebrate Mother’s Day with an outing at Malibu Wines.
AIF Supporter Ranvir Trehan hands Honoree Congressman
Gerry Connolly his award at the Annual Washington D.C. Gala.
BAY AREA
Gala Honorees AIF Advisory Council Chair Amartya Sen, MasterCard President & CEO Ajay Banga, and NDTV Executive Cochairperson Prannoy Roy discuss India’s development at the
Annual Spring Awards Gala in New York.
AIF Vice Chair Pradeep Kashyap; AIF Board members Harit Talwar and Ash Lilani; Consul General of India Shri N. Parthasarathi;
AIF Trustee Ajay Shah; AIF Chair Lata Krishnan; and AIF Trustees
Diaz and Usha Nesamoney, Suniti and Sanjay Subhedar, and
Christina and Deepak Kamra at the Annual Bay Area Gala.
NEW ENGLAND
CHICAGO
AIF Board member and Trustee Venkat Srinivasan; Gala Honoree Laurene Sperling, President of the Sperling Family Charitable Foundation; AIF Trustee Vandana Sharma; AIF Board
Chair Lata Krishnan; AIF Trustee Vivek Sharma; Gala Honoree
Scott Sperling, Co-president of Thomas H. Lee Partners, L.P.;
Massachusetts Congressman Joseph Kennedy; Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard; AIF Board member and Trustee
Raj Sharma; AIF Trustee Nalini Sharma; and AIF CEO Ravi
Kumar at the Annual New England Gala.
LOS ANGELES
Gala Chairs AIF Trustee Reena Talwar and AIF Trustee and
Board member Harit Talwar with AIF CEO Ravi Kumar, Gala
Emcee and AIF Senior Supporter Rohini Dey, and AIF Senior
Supporter Sajal Kohli at the Annual Chicago Gala.
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 20
ORANGE COUNTY
VP of Corporate Affairs And Chief Serendipity Officer Of WaterHealth International Jacqueline Lundquist, Emcee Rohit
Shukla, Former Governor of Ohio Richard F. Celeste, AIF Orange County Chapter Leader and Trustee Tinnie Grewal, and
AIF William J. Clinton Fellowship Alumnus Charles Ianuzzi at
AIF’s Inaugural Orange County Gala.
ATLANTA
Congressman Hank Johnson (second from left) and Chair
of Atlanta Leadership Council Amitabh Sharma (right) with
CEO Ravi Kumar and Vice Chair Pradeep Kashyap at the
chapter launch event in Atlanta, GA.
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 21
OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT
CAMPAIGN VEER – INDIA
Bollywood star and Campaign VEER Brand Ambassador Salman Khan at the launch of Campaign VEER – a national television
and digital initiative to raise awareness of the challenges faced by persons with disabilities, and advocate for their employment.
INDIA LEADERSHIP TRIP
AIF partner Anudip welcomes AIF Leadership to their iMerit centre in Baripur, Kolkata – part of the yearly visit to see AIF’s
work in action. The Leadership Trip provides AIF friends and supporters an opportunity to experience the work of AIF and its
partners on the ground, as well as to experience the rich diversity and culture of the Eastern India region.
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 22
Sarvesh Devi, disabled beneficiary of AIF’s Rickshaw Sangh
with her
husband
Shahshipal•Singh
(alsoREPORT
disabled),2013-14
mother-in-law
and daughters Kajal (in yellow dress) and
AMERICAN
INDIA
FOUNDATION
ANNUAL
• PAGE Shakuntala,
23
Payal, at their handcart in Agra. (Photograph © Prashant Panjiar)
PARTNERSHIPS
AND IMPACT
APRIL 1, 2013 - MARCH 31, 2014
LEARNING AND MIGRATION PROGRAM (LAMP)
35,138
CHILDREN
285
TEACHERS
1,085
VILLAGES
18,287
GIRL STUDE
STUDENTS
16,851
DIGITAL EQUALIZER
144,094
132
SEASONAL
HOSTELS
LEARNING
ENRICHMENT
BRIDGE SCHOOLS
TOTAL COVERAGE 323,414
SINCE INCEPTION: CHILDREN
PARTNERS:
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme • Gujarat
Cohesion Foundation Trust • Gujarat
Lokadrusti • Odisha
Nidan • Bihar
St. Xaviers Non-Formal Education Society • Gujarat
Shikshan ane Samaj Kalyan Kendra • Gujarat
Swadeep Shikshan Vikas Sanstha • Gujarat
Unnati - Organization for Development • Gujarat
Urjaghar • Gujarat
Quest Alliance • Karnataka
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 24
416
GIRL
GIR
RL STUDENTS
STUDENTS
1,002
SCHOOLS
BOY STUDENTS
86,441
57,653
BOY STUDENTS
18,734
TEACHERS
FULL
ULL SERVICE MODEL SCHOOLS
3 FU
3 LARGE SCALE PROGRAM SCHOOLS
354
115
5 DELL CONNECTED CLASSROOMS
9 CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
92
508 CENTRALIZED TRAINING
24 DE LITE
6 DIET SCHOOL CONNECT
ADOBE YOUTH VOICES
2,385
188
92
AYV STUDENTS AYV TEACHERS AYV SCHOOLS
& SITES
TOTAL COVERAGE 870,000 56,525
3,207
SINCE INCEPTION: STUDENTS TEACHERS SCHOOLS
STATES:
Andhra Pradesh • 19 Districts
Delhi NCR • 4 Distrcits
Haryana • 4 Districts
Karnataka • 11 Districts
Odisha • 6 Districts
Punjab • 16 Districts
Tamil Nadu • 2 Districts
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 25
PARTNERSHIPS AND REACH
APRIL 1, 2013 - MARCH 31, 2014
RICKSHAW SANGH
MARKET ALIGNED SKILLS TRAINING (MAST)
4,189
YOUTH
2,112
WOMEN
O
TRAINE
TRAINED
ED
2,077
MEN TRAINED
TRAINED
21,933
17,845RICKSHAWS
TROLLEYS
3,137
ASSETS
LOANED 951 PUSHCARTS
93%
CO-LOANED
WITH SPOUSE
50%
AVERAGE PERCENT
INCREASE IN INCOME
TOTAL COVERAGE 67,259
70%
SINCE ASSETS CO-LOANED
INCEPTION: LOANED WITH SPOUSES
PARTNERS:
Bhartiya Micro Credit (BMC) • Uttar Pradesh
Centre for Rural Development (CRD) • Assam
Centre for Rural Entrepreneurship and Technical Education (CREATE) • Uttar Pradesh
Jeevan Jyoti Kala Kendra (JJKK) • Bihar
Patiala Foundation • Punjab
People’s Forum • Odisha
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 26
TOTAL COVERAGE 109,930 75%
SINCE YOUTH YOUTH
INCEPTION: TRAINED PLACED
4,189
YOUTH
2,112
WOMEN
O PARTNERS:
TRAINE
TRAINED
ED
78%
YOUTH
PLACED
78%
YOUTH
Dream and Beauty Charitable Trust
• Punjab
Aide et Action • Tamil Nadu & Punjab
TRAINED
SAATH Charitable Trust •PLACED
Gujarat
Amarjyoti
• Delhi MEN TRAINED
Sant Nishchant Singh Foundation • Delhi & Haryana
Anudip • West Bengal
WOMEN
MEN TRAI
TRAINED
NED
459
2,077
72
92%
TOTAL WITH
COVERAGE 109,930 75%
PEOPLE
YOUTH YOUTH YOUTH
DISABILITIESSINCE387
ABILITY-BASED
LIVELIHOOD
TRAINED
INCEPTION:
MEN TRAINED
TRAINED
PLACED PLACED
EMPOWERMENT (ABLE)
TOTAL COVERAGE 3,222
55%
SINCE YOUTH YOUTH
INCEPTION: TRAINED PLACED
459
72
WOMEN
MEN TRAI
TRAINED
NED
PEOPLE WITH
DISABILITIES
TRAINED
MEN TRAINED
387
TOTAL COVERAGE 3,222
55%
SINCE YOUTH YOUTH
INCEPTION: TRAINED PLACED
PARTNERS:
Enable India • Karnataka
NAB Center for Blind Women and Disability Studies • Delhi
Noida Deaf Society • Uttar Pradesh
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 27
92%
YOUTH
PLACED
PARTNERSHIPS AND REACH
APRIL 1, 2013 - MARCH 31, 2014
MATERNAL AND NEWBORN
SURVIVAL INITIATIVE (MANSI)
1,727
1,856
WOMEN SERVED
NEWBORNS
8,670
CHILDREN
UNDER 5 YEARS
WILLIAM J. CLINTON FELLOWSHIP
FOR SERVICE IN INDIA
CLASS OF 2013-14
20
W
WOMEN
13
FELLOWS MEN
33
23
AMERICAN
10
INDIAN
31
PARTNERS
196
167
SAHIYAS TRAINED
VILLAGES
243
MOBILE AND
OTHER CLINICS
PARTNERS:
NAZ Foundation Trust • Delhi
Society for Education, Action, and Research in Community Health (SEARCH) • Maharashtra
Tata Steel Rural Development Trust (TSRDS) • Jharkhand
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 28
11
WITH
GRADUATE
DEGREES
8
7
NORTH EAST
8
10
SOUTH WEST
154
TOTAL COVERAGE
331
SINCE INCEPTION: FELLOWS PARTNERS
PARTNERS:
Anudip Foundation • West Bengal
SwitchON - ONergy • West Bengal
Central Square Foundation • Delhi
Ashram Paryavaran Vidyalaya (APV) • Uttarakhand
Shaishav • Gujarat
Community Health and Advancement Initiative (CHAI)/
ICICI Foundation • Maharastra
Broadleaf Health & Education Alliance • West Bengal
Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited
PBK Waste Solutions • Karnataka
(IL&FS) • Delhi
Nidan • Delhi
Waste Ventures • Andhra Pradesh
iMerit • West Bengal
Jagori Rural Charitable Trust • Himachal Pradesh
Aravind Eye Care System • Tamil Nadu
Khamir • Gujarat
Utthan • Gujarat
Swades Foundation • Maharashtra
Pravah • Delhi
The Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health •
Office to the Advisor to the Prime Minister • Maharashtra
Tamil Nadu
Pudiyador • Tamil Nadu
Sujaya Schools • Karnataka
Aangan Trust • Maharashtra
Healing Fields Foundation • Andhra Pradesh
Wadhwani Foundation • Karnataka
Purbanchal Maitri Development Society • Assam
VOICE4Girls • Andhra Pradesh
Apnalaya • Maharashtra
Hippocampus Learning Centres • Karnataka
Babajob.com • Karnataka
1947 Partition Archive • Uttar Pradesh
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 29
REVENUE 2013-14
FINANCIALS
APRIL 1, 2013 - MARCH 31, 2014
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
2014
2013
Assets
2014
Cash & Cash Equivalents
1,612,466
1,841,457
Contribution and Grants
1,852,906 2,685,894
Investments
4,050,450
3,808,532
Benefit Events Income (net)
4,341,940
Prepaid Expenses & Other Assets
Property & Equipment (net)
Total Assets
1,117,517
534,734
Investment and Other Income
135,722
213,270
Total Support & Revenue
61,837
74,121
6,977,992
6,472,114
Liabilities and Net Assets
352,676
163,716
Other Payables
235,750
15,350
Total Liabilities
588,426
179,066
Net Assets
4,208,235
51,370
138,703
6,246,216
7,032,832
1,008,067
CONTRIBUTIONS 29%
1,852,906
858,252
Livelihood
738,110
1,891,548
Public Health
232,178
633,700
Digital Equalizer
1,658,011
TOTAL: $6,246,216
1,354,502
Clinton Fellowship
527,936 471,594
Education, Awareness & Engagement
558,773
418,715
3,103,409
2,594,379
Temporarily Restricted
2,686,157
3,098,669
Total Program Expenses
4,723,075
5,628,311
Permanently Restricted
600,000
600,000
Management and General
516,468
430,658
Total Net Assets
6,389,566
6,293,048
Fundraising Expenses
Total Liabilities & Net Assets
6,977,992
6,472,114
Total Expenses
910,155
963,389
6,149,698
7,022,358
THIRTEEN YEAR REVENUE AND UTILIZATION OF FUNDS
SUPPORT & UTILIZATION TREND
Financial Year
2001
$10,000,000
$8,000,000
$6,000,000
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
2002
revenue
2003
2004
2005
2006-07
(15 months)
FUN
910,
Program Expenses
Unrestricted
2001
INTEREST INCOME/OTHER 1%
51,370
UTILIZATION
Education
Accounts Payable & Accrued Expenses
PRO
4,72
2013
SUPPORT & REVENUE
Unconditional Promises to Give
EVENTS (NET) 70%
4,341,940
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
2008
(FY ending
March 31)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Support & Revenue
$6,566,682
UTILIZATION 2013-14
Utilization
$3,221,916
EVENTS (NET) 70%
3,393,706
4,341,940
2002
4,906,374
2003
3,397,630
2004
INTEREST INCOME/OTHER 1%
5,627,337
5,422,258
51,370
2005
7,913,760
PROGRAM SERVICES 77%
4,723,075
3,213,441
FUNDRAISING 15%
910,155
6,875,704
CONTRIBUTIONS 29%
10,168,280
1,852,906
2006-07
10,029,646
2008
9,251,271
2009
9,584,062
2010
6,121,050
6,534,403
2011
7,364,056
7,140,853
2012
7,123,923
7,176,917
2013
7,032,832
7,022,358
2014
6,246,216
6,149,698
9,782,873
TOTAL:
$6,246,216
8,675,947
MANAGEMENT & GENERAL 8%
516,468
TOTAL: $6,149,698
100% OF YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS
GO TOWARDS OUR PROGRAMS
our overhead is covered THANKS to the generosity
of AIF’s Board of Directors and Council of Trustees
2014
utilization
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 30
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 31
MAN
516,
TOT
PEOPLE
AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
COUNCIL OF TRUSTEES
Hon. William J. Clinton (Honorary Chair)
42nd President Of The United States Of America
Mr. Arjun Aggarwal
Managing Director, Healthscape Advisors
Mrs. Anuradha Aggarwal
Mr. Anil Godhwani
Founder, India Community Center, Silicon Valley
Mrs. Jyoti Godhwani
Mr. Vijay Goradia
Chairman & Ceo, Vinmar International
Mrs. Marie Goradia
Mrs. Tinnie Grewal
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Ms. Lata Krishnan (Chair)
Chief Financial Officer, Shah Capital Partners
Mr. Pradeep Kashyap (Vice Chair)
Dr. Venkat Srinivasan (Vice Chair)
Founder & CEO, Rage Frameworks
Mr. Vimal Bahuguna
President, Drona Group, LLC
Mr. William T. Comfort
Chairman Of Citigroup Venture Capital And Chairman Of The
Investment Committee Of CourtSquare Capital Partners
Mr. Sridar Iyengar
Co-Founder,
The Sounding Board
Mr. M.A. Ravi Kumar
CEO,
American India Foundation
Mr. Ash Lilani
Managing Partner & Co-Founder,
Saama Capital
Mr. Victor Menezes
Retired Senior Vice Chairman, Citigroup
Chairman Emeritus, American India Foundation
Mr. Diaz Nesamoney
President & CEO,
Jivox Corporation
Mr. Dinesh Paliwal
President & CEO,
Harman International
Mr. Arvind Raghunathan
Founder, Chief Executive Officer
And Chief Investment Officer,
Of Roc Capital
Ms. Anjali Sharma
Chairperson, Philanthropic Engagement,
American India Foundation
Mr. Raj Sharma
Managing Director Of Investments;
Head Of The Sharma Group Of
Merrill Lynch Private Banking
And Investment Group
Mr. Geoff Stewart Esq.
Partner, Jones Day
Mr. Harit Talwar
President – U.S. Cards,
Discover Financial Services
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 32
Mr. Ravi Akhoury
Akhoury Foundation
Mrs. Ginny Akhoury
Mrs. Talat Hasan
Venture Partner, Granite Hill Capital Partners, Llc
Mr. Kamil Hasan
Mrs. Rani Bahadur
Michigan-Based Philanthropist
Mr. B N Bahadur
Mr. Vinod Khosla
Founder, Khosla Ventures
Mrs. Neeru Khosla
Mr. Vimal Bahuguna
President, Drona Group LLC
Dr. Bulbul Bahuguna
Mr. Kumar Malavalli
Co-Founder, Chairman, & Chief Strategy Officer, Inmage Systems
Mrs. Vijaya Malavalli
Mr. Raj Bhatia
Managing Director – Investments, The Bhatia Group, Merrill Lynch
Private Banking And Investment Group
Dr. Seema Bhatia
Mr. Satjiv Chahil
Innovation Advisor To President, Sony Electronics, Ltd
Mr. Victor J. Menezes
Retired Senior Vice Chairman, Citigroup
Chairman Emeritus, American India Foundation
Mrs. Tara Menezes
Mr. Sant Chatwal
President, Hampshire Hotels & Resorts LLC
Mrs. Daman Chatwal
Mrs. Tania Mirchandani
Vice President, Private Wealth Management (Pwm) Group,
Goldman Sachs
Mr. Dinesh Mirchandani
President And Co-Founder, Sindulge
Mr. Navneet S. Chugh
Attorney, C.P.A. The Chugh Firm
Mrs. Ritu Chugh
Mr. Anil Monga
CEO, Victory International (USA), LLC
Mrs. Rajni Bala Monga
Mr. Tushar Dave
CEO & Co-Founder, Enlighted, Inc.
Mrs. Reshma Dave
Mr. Diaz Nesamoney
President & CEO, Jivox Corporation
Mrs. Usha Nesamoney
Mr. Vinod Dham
Founder And Executive Managing Director, Indous Venture Partners
Mrs. Sadhana Dham
Mr. Bhikhubhai Patel
Chairman, Tarsadia Hotels
Mrs. Pushpa Patel
Dr. Jasvir Gill
CEO,Alert Enterprise, Inc.
Ms. Kaval Kaur
CFO, Start Up Farms, Inc.
Mr. Mukesh Patel
Managing Partner & Founder, Invati Capital
Mrs. Harsha Patel
Mr. Mukesh Gangwal
Managing Director, Huron Consulting Group
Mrs. Nita Gangwal
Mr. Nimish Patel
Partner, Richardson & Patel, LLP
Mrs. Nancy Patel
Mr. Vivek Paul
Consulting Professor, Stanford University
Mrs. Nilita Paul
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 33
PEOPLE
Brian J. G. Pereira, MD
President & CEO, Visterra
Sunita Pereira, MD
Tufts Medical Center
Mr. Krishna Veeraraghavan
Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell
Dr. Sejal Shah
Dermatologist
Mr. Ravi Reddy
Co-Founder And Managing Partner, Think Capital LLC
Dr. Romesh Wadhwani
CEO & Managing Partner, Symphony Technology Group
Mrs. Kathy Wadhwani
Ms. Neerja Sethi
Co-Founder And Vice President, Syntel Inc.
Mr. Bharat Desai
Mr. Ajay Shah
Founding Managing Director, Silver Lake Sumeru
Ms. Lata Krishnan
Chair, American India Foundation
Mr. Dave Sharma
Chairman, TTA Group Of Companies
Mrs. Usha Sharma
Artist, Figurative Paintings In Oil
Mr. Raj Sharma
Managing Director Of Investments; Head Of The Sharma Group Of
Merrill Lynch Private Banking And Investment Group
Mrs. Nalini Sharma
INDIA TRUSTEE BOARD
Mr. Ashok Alexander
Former Director, India Country Office,
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Mr. Nishith Desai
Founder, Nishith Desai Associates
Mr. Saurabh Srivastava
Chairman, CA Technology India
Dr. Venkat Srinivasan
Founder & CEO, Rage Frameworks
Mrs. Pratima Srinivasan
Ms. Malavika Tiwari
Founder, Malavika Tiwari Glass Art
Mr. Sanjay Subhedar
General Partner, Storm Ventures
Mrs. Suniti Subhedar
US ADVISORY COUNCIL
Mr. Harit Talwar
President – U.S. Cards, Discover Financial Services
Mrs. Reena Talwar
Dr. Rajendra Vattikuti
Vattikuti Ventures
Mrs. Padmaja Vattikuti
Ambassador Frank G. Wisner
International Affairs Advisor, Patton Boggs LLP
Mr. Ajay Relan
Founding Partner, CX Advisors LLP
Mr. Vivek Sharma
CEO, Piramal Critical Care
Mrs. Vandana Sharma
Mr. Ravi Tilak
Co-Founder & CEO, Almex USA
Mrs. Vandana Tilak
President, Bombay Pictures, Inc.
Mr. V. Prem Watsa
Chairman & CEO, Fairfax Financial Holdings, Limited
Mrs. Nalini Watsa
Dr. Amartya Sen, (Chair)
Thomas W. Lamont University Professor,
Professor Of Economics And Philosophy, Harvard University
Ms. Maya Ajmera
Founder & Former President, Global Fund For Children
Mr. Marshall M. Bouton
President Emeritus, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Dr. Lincoln Chen
President, China Medical Board, USA
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 34
Mr. Kamran Elahian
Chairman And Co-Founder, Global Catalyst Partners
Mr. Pramit Jhaveri
CEO, Citi India
Mr. Maneesh K. Goyal
Founder And President, MKA
Mr. Vijay Mahajan
Founder & Chairman, Basix, A “Group Of Livelihood Promotion
Institutions”
Mr. Raj Goyle
Co-Founder, Bodhala
Dr. R. A. Mashelkar
President, Global Research Alliance
Mr. Rakesh Gupta
President & COO, Infofree.Com
Mr. Bakul Joshi
Founder & President, Multiple Access California Corporation
Mr. Sanjay Nayar
CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (Kkr),
India Advisors Private Limited
Mr. Ranjit Pandit
Managing Director, General Atlantic Private Limited
Mr. Kailash Joshi
Co-Founder, AIF & Retired IBM GM
Mr. Tarun Khanna
Director Of South Asia Institute,
Harvard University
Ms. Priya Paul
Chairperson, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels
Mr. Neil Lachman
Senior Advisor, Finance, American India Foundation
Mr. Jerry Rao
Founder & Chairman, Value Budget Houston Corporation;
Earlier Founder Of Mphasis
Ms. Jacqueline Lundquist
VP Corporate Affairs And Chief Serendipity Officer,
Waterhealth International
Dr. Rajiv Tandon
Senior Advisor, Maternal, Newborn, Child Health & Nutrition,
Save The Children
Mr. Carl Pope
Former Chairman & Executive Director, Sierra Club
Mr. Adil Zainulbhai
Ceo, Mckinsey & Co. India
Ms. Kavita Ramdas
India Representative, Ford Foundation
AMBASSADORS
Mr. Nitin Sacheti
Senior Analyst, Charter Bridge Capital
Mr. Rahul Bose
Actor And Director
Mr. Sudhakar Shenoy
Chairman & CEO, Information Management Consultants, Inc.
Mr. Deepak Chopra
Founder, The Chopra Center For Well Being
INDIA ADVISORY COUNCIL
Ms. Madhur Jaffrey
Author And Actress
Mr. K.V. Kamath
(Co-Chair)
Non-Executive Chairman, ICICI Bank Limited
Ms. Mira Nair
Filmmaker, Mirabai Films
Mr. Deepak Parekh
(Co-Chair)
Chairman, HDFC Limited
Ms. Gloria Steinem
Author And Activist
Dr. Isher Ahluwalia
Chairperson, Indian Council For Research On International Economic
Relations
EDUCATION ADVISORY COUNCIL (US)
Ms. Sushmita Ghosh
Chair, Changemakers; Former President, Ashoka
Diaz Nesamoney
President & CEO, Jivox Corporation (Chair)
Vimal Bahuguna
President, Drona Group LLC
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PEOPLE
Tushar Dave
Co-Founder & Managing Director, NewPath Ventures LLC
Prof. Badri Narayan
G.B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad
Sejal Desai
CEO, SevaYatra
Prof. Ravi Srivastava
Center for the Study of Regional Development,
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Dr. Rafiq Dossani
Senior Economist RAND Corporation
Stacey Kertsman
Director, ACE Center at Castilleja School
Lata Krishnan
Chair, American India Foundation
FELLOWSHIP ADVISORY COUNCIL
Farrokh Billimoria
Founder, Managing Partner at Mynt Capital
Rick Desai
Co-Founder, Dashfire
Purvi Kunwar
Trustee, Menlo School
Venkat Srinivasan
Co-Founder & CEO, Rage Frameworks
Manisha Aggarwal
Independent Education Consultant
Subhalakshmi Ganguly
Head of Communication, Research and Policy, IL&FS IETS Group
Yael Gottlieb
Director, Global Development Strategy, Human Rights Watch
Sridar Iyengar
Co-Founder, The Sounding Board
Vibhu Mittal
Founder, Root One
Lakshmi Karan
Director, Global Strategy at Riders for Health
EDUCATION RESOURCE GROUP
Dr. Poonam Batra
Professor, Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi
Sutapa Deb
TV journalist, Features Editor, NDTV 24X7, Director of India Matters
Prof. R. Govinda
Vice Chancellor, National University of Educational Planning and
Administration
Dhir Jhingran
Former Principal Secretary, Government of Assam,previously Director
of Elementary Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development
Avinash Kumar
Former Director, Policy Research and Campaigns, Oxfam India
Sudhir Mankad
Former Chief Secretary and Education Secretary of Gujarat
Lata Krishnan
Chair, American India Foundation
M.A. Ravi Kumar
CEO, American India Foundation
Ajay Shah
Founding Managing Director, Silver Lake Sumeru
Poonam Singh
Education & Leadership Development Consultant
BAY AREA LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
NEW ENGLAND LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Vijay & Swati Advani
John & Selina China
Sridar & Anita Iyengar
Sandeep & Purvi Kunwar
Ash Lilani
Joe & Anne-Marie Macrae
Sanjay & Sangeeta Mehrotra
Diaz & Usha Nesamoney
Ajay Shah and Lata Krishnan
Sanjay & Suniti Subhedar
Rajesh & Rohini Vashist
Brian J.G. Pereira, MD & Sunita Pereira
Raj & Nalini Sharma
Vivek & Vandana Sharma
Venkat & Pratima Srinivasan
ORANGE COUNTY LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
CHICAGO COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS
Karen & Matt Barnes
Jasma & Rahul Ghai
Anjali Gurnani & Shakeel Abdul
Savera & Mayur Gupta
Ritu & Ashish Jain
Varsha & Ashish Kaura
Tariq Laliwala
Aditya Nath
Amy & Arijit Roy
Rahul Roy
Masha & Rohan Sajdeh
Arvind & Neeta Singh
Parita & Alex Singla
Mani Venkataram & Vinita Subramani
Rohit Voshnoi
DALLAS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Raj & Ruby Bhandari
Seema & Harish Bhandula
Colleen & Barney Brinkmann
Fonsa & George Brody
Sejal & Hemang Desai
Lauren & Wes Holloway
Hema & Raj Kalyandurg
Paul & Geetha Pandian
Ishwarya Srinivasan & Vijay Ramnath
Sonali & Suranjan Pramanik
Lina Shah
Sandya & Mahesh Shetty
Smita & Mustafa Suterwala
LOS ANGELES LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
ATLANTA LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Amitabh Sharma (Chair)
Prof. (Dr.) Jagdish Sheth
Prof. (Dr.) Beheruz Sethna
Subash Razdan
Lani Wong
Allen Judd
Phil Bolton
Prof. Shyam Menon
Vice Chancellor, Ambedkar University Delhi
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 36
Tania & Dinesh Mirchandani (Chairs)
Radhika & Ravi Achar
Rahkee & Suchir Batra
Varuna & Rahul Grover
Megha Kadakia & Saurabh Kikani
Sudha & Pravin Mody
Nancy & Nimish Patel
Asha & Anil Punyapu
Ritu & Vikas Thakur
Vandana & Ravi Tilak
Tinnie & Shiv Grewal (Chairs)
Mike Colaco
Sharlene & Neel Grover
Maya & Sunil Patel
Pushpa & BU Patel
Sandhya & Ram Rao
Mona & Rupesh Shah
Rika & Manu Shah
RICHMOND, VA LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Sunita Gupta & Sanjay Mittal (Chairs)
Nupa Agarwal and Amit Acharya
Zarina Fazaldin
Chiranth & Janani Nataraj
Surajit & Gargi Pal
Ajoy & Vasudha Ranga
Stephanie Short
Rupa & Sahil Tak
Peter & Julie Woo
WASHINGTON, DC LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
Sudhakar Shenoy
Ron Somers
Geoffrey Stewart
Mahinder & Sharad Tak
Ranvir & Adarsh Trehan
Suresh & Neena Shenoy
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
ATLANTA
Sourendra Raut
Aastha Sharma
BAY AREA
Nadim Laiwala
Rahul Talati
Salima Taplin
LOS ANGELES
Purva Kogje
Sameer Mehta
NEW ENGLAND
Emil Kuruviilla
Vimi Mirchandani
Prabhod Sunkara
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 37
PEOPLE
INDIA STAFF
NEW YORK
Jaya Malik
Neha Prakash
Aamir Aijaz
Program Manager, Livelihoods
WASHINGTON, DC
Rashmi Ankam
Anushree Banerjee
Sarika Kasaraneni
Ananya Alexander
Program Associate, Strategic Partnerships
V. Alexander
Regional Coordinator – Tamil Nadu, Digital Equalizer
U.S. STAFF
Nandini Ansari
Senior Operations Manager (New York)
Meenu Anand
Manager, Human Resources
Sudhakar Bhandari
Regional Coordinator – Karnataka, Digital Equalizer
Nicole Asbury
Database Administrator (New York)
Bhawna Chawla
Senior Development Officer (California)
Drew Foxman
Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships & Communications
(California)
Mugdha Gangopadhyay
Development Officer (New York)
Biren Brahma
Program Manager – Gujarat, Digital Equalizer
Ashish Chandra
Program Manager – Delhi, Digital Equalizer
Eshwari C.
Regional Coordinator – Bangalore, Digital Equalizer
Roopak Chauhan
Operations Director – AYV, O3 And Special Projects
Nirmala Garimella
New England Chapter Manager (Boston)
Palka Gupta
Senior Financial Officer (New York)
Aparna Dass
Program Manager, Livelihoods
Neha Deepak
Senior Program Associate – Livelihoods (Disability)
Bhupendra Jadav
Accounts Manager (New York)
Baskaran Dheenadayalan
State Program Manager – Tamil Nadu, Digital Equalizer
M.A. Ravi Kumar
CEO (New York)
Luz Pacheco
Outreach And Events Manager (California)
Meghana Srinivasan
Editorial Content Manager (New York)
Mrinalika Dhapola
Operations Director – Punjab, Digital Equalizer
Priyanjana Ghosh
Operations Director,
William J. Clinton Fellowship For Service In India
Charu Johri
Director, Public Health
Ritu Kathuria
Finance Manager
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 38
Rajvinder Kaur
Project Assistant – Livelihoods (Disability)
Gurvinder Singh
Senior Manager, Finance
Aparna Krishnamurthy
Project Manager (Citi) – Digital Equalizer
Harinder Singh
State Coordinator – Punjab, Digital Equalizer
Praniti Maini
Manager, Strategic Partnerships
Jagdeep Singh
Program Assistant, Livelihoods
Rowena Kay Mascarenhas
Senior Manager, Communications
Mandeep Singh
Regional Coordinator – SIRSA, Digital Equalizer
Kundan Mishra
Program Manager, Education
Santosh Singh
Program Manager – Punjab, Digital Equalizer
Prabhakar
Program Manager, Livelihoods
C. Sudhir
Program Manager – Hyderabad, Digital Equalizer
Amol Parmar
Administrative Assistant
J. Sundarakrishnan
Director, Digital Equalizer
Yash Paul
Program Officer – Delhi, Digital Equalizer
Vivek Wandhile
Project Manager – Gujarat, Education
Usha Raghupathy
State Program Manager – Karnataka, Digital Equalizer
SENIOR ADVISORS
Mohit Raj
Program Associate – Livelihoods (Disability)
Ajit Kothari
Senior Advisor, Uttarakhand Rehabilitation Program (New York)
Hanumant Rawat
Livelihoods Advisor
Neil Lachman
Chief Financial Officer (New York)
Oindrilla Roy
Program Associate,
William J. Clinton Fellowship For Service In India
Vijayalakshmi Tyagarajan
Senior Advisor, Finance (New York)
Raj Kanwar Rishi
Regional Coordinator – Haryana, Digital Equalizer
CONSULTANTS
Arjun Sanyal
Deputy Director, Education
Suchitra Krishna
New England Chapter Consultant (Boston)
Anupam Sarkar
Project Advisor, Public Health
Elijah Monroe
International Program Manager,
William J. Clinton Fellowship For Service In India (India)
Subrat Sarkar
Operations Director – Odisha, Digital Equalizer
Chand Nirankari
Senior Digital Communications Manager (New York)
Tapas Kumar Sathpathy
Program Manager, Education
Venkatesh Raghavendra
Chapter Development Consultant (Washington, DC)
Shama Shanmugam
Administrative Officer
Gaurang Raval
Consultant, William J. Clinton Fellowship For Service In India (India)
R. Sathyanarayan
Program Manager, AYV
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 39
PEOPLE
ADOBE YOUTH VOICES CONSULTANTS
Praveen
Gulnaz Hussain
Neeraj Kumar
Vinod Rao N.
Neelam Rawat
Shishir Kumar Singh
DIGITAL EQUALIZER CONSULTANTS
Arjun
Deepak
Ishit
Jaishree
Lalit
Pritika
Seetharamu
Venkatalakshmi
Priyanka Agarwal
Nafees Ahmed
Siddiq Ahmed
Yaqub Ahmed
Mohd Anee
Shveta Arora
Kamala Badiger
Rajni Bala
H. Banu
Baidyanath Behera
Manoranjan Bhoi
Shanti Bhusan Padhi
Sanjaya Biswal
Mohan Chand Padhan
Jyoti Chauhan
Anuradha Chavda
Nitesh D Pahadiya
P. Dinesh
Ankur Gaba
N. Gopinath
Santosh Goud
Pooja Gupta
Sandeep Gupta
Ankit Gupta
Mehul H. Rathod
Anju Jain
Parmod Jain
Kaushal Kalia
Pankaj Kamboj
Manmeet Kaur
Tarandeep Kaur
Amandeep Khan
K. Kokila
Raghavendra Kulkarni
Arun Kumar
Varun Kumar
Sunil Kumar
Dinesh Kumar
Deepak Kumar
Manoj Kumar
Sunil Kumar Goswami
Umesh Kumar Sharma
Manju Kumari
Mamta Kumari
Varsha Kumari
Prakash Lambi
Sumithramma M.
Hardik M. Sonchhatra
Sandipbhai Manjibhai Kevdiya
Ritu Maurya
Abhinav Mayank
J. Meenakshi
Lalita Mehra
Santanu Mishra
Mrutunjay Mishra
Harish Mohan
Anup Mohanty
A. Muthuvel
Manjunatha MV
Murali N.
Mohd. Nawaz Hussain
Mohd. Omer
Nagendra P.
Vijay Pal
Savjot Pal Singh
Satinder Pal Singh
Neelam Pandey
Riddhi Pandya
Niraj Patel
Sarmistha Pattanayak
Pankaj Paty
P. Pavithra
Jyoti Prakash Sahu
R. Priyadharshini
M. Ragavendhira Raj
Dixita Rakesh Patel
K. Ramachandran
Amit Rameshbhai Munjapara
J. Ramya
Rizavan Ramzanbhai Chudasama
Dinesh Rathod
Chandu Rathod
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 40
Shobha Rustagi
Vinayaka S.
Jignesh S. Bhatt
Priyanka Sahni
Neelam Sahoo
Rajni Sani
Ashish Sethi
Meenakshi Sharma
Tanu Sharma
Anjana Sharma
Mithun Sindra
Pooja Singh
Neha Singh
Inderpreet Singh
Gurmail Singh
Sukhwinder Singh
Harjinder Singh
Gurpartap Singh
Harjit Singh
Harpreet Singh
Simardeep Singh
Amardeep Singh
Ravinder Singh
Gurpreet Singh
Germanpreet Singh
Jaswinder Singh
Gurjant Singh
Satwinder Singh
Hakam Singh
Charandeep Singh Grewal
Rajinder Singh-Fdkt
Rajinder Singh-PTL
Poonam Sureshbhai Bhagat
Jatin Thacker
Ritika Trivedi
Babajan V.B.
S. Vadivu
Kavya Vani N. M.
A. Vijai
Vinod Vinzuda
INTERNS & VOLUNTEERS September 2013 - Present
Nisha Bala
Rachel Chang
Surbhi Kubba
Rina Madhani
Padmashree Nayak
Archana Patel
Rahul Tora
Emily Wyatt
Yu Vongkiatkajorn
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 41
THANK
YOU
Without the dedication
and passionate support
of our donors,
none of this work
would be possible.
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SUPPORTERS
U.S. DONORS
LEADERSHIP LEVEL $100,000 and above
Adobe Foundation
Adobe Foundation Fund at Give2Asia
Applied Materials Foundation, The
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Krishnan, Lata & Ajay Shah
Menezes Foundation, Inc., The
Srinivasan, Venkat & Pratima
Anonymous
BENEFACTOR LEVEL $50,000 - 99,999
American Express Foundation
Bain Capital Children’s Charity Ltd.
Citi
Kapoor, Rohit & Shikha
Khosla, Vinod & Neeru
MasterCard Worldwide
Anonymous
Nesamoney, Diaz & Usha
Paliwal, Dinesh & Ila
Sarva Mangal Charitable Trust, The
Thangaraj, Immanuel & Preetha
Anonymous
US Department of State
Uttarakhand Mandal of America
Wadhwani Foundation
PATRON LEVEL $25,000 - 49,999
Abbott Laboratories
Almex USA
Bahuguna, Vimal & Bulbul
Banga, Ajay & Ritu
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
BMO Nesbitt Burns
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Chandra, Neeraj
Cognizant US Corp
Desai, Nishith
Development Specialists, Inc.
Dhawan, Sanjay & Anjali
Dow Chemical Company Foundation, The
eBay Inc.
Ernst & Young
Goldman Sachs Gives
Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program
Harman International Industries, Inc.
IPG Interpublic Group (DraftFCB)
Jones Day
Lawande, Sachin & Anuja
Ludwig, Eugene & Carol Lynn
Malavalli, Kumar & Vijaya
McKinsey & Company, Inc.
Mitra, Sundari & Samir
National Basketball Association
New Vernon Capital LLC
Premium Point Investments
Prudential Financial, Inc.
Quinnox, Inc.
Raghunathan, Arvind & Sribala Subramanian
Ravi B. Reddy Foundation, Inc.
Roc Capital Management
Rosenbloom, Lewis
SanDisk Corporation Fund, a corporate
advised fund of Silicon Valley Community
Foundation
Sanjay and Suniti Subhedar Charitable Fund
SAP America, Inc.
Sharma, Raj & Nalini
Sharma, Vivek & Vandana
Silicon Valley Bank
Subramaniam, Shivan & Jyothi
Sullivan & Cromwell
Talwar, Harit & Reena
Tarsadia Foundation
Trehan Foundation, Inc.
Vee Technologies USA
Victory International (USA) LLC
ZedNext (For Raj, Zainul & Lubaina)
VISIONARY LEVEL $10,000 - 24,999
Accenture
Advani, Vijay & Swati
Akhoury Foundation, Inc.
Allman, James
AMC Cares Charitable Fund and Tulsa
Community Foundation
American Century Investments
American Express
Anderson, Erik & Deborah Adams
Anne C. Kubik and Michael A. Krupka
Charitable Gift Fund
Anonymous
Arun I & Asmita Bhatia Family Foundation, The
AT&T
Avasant Foundation
Bancorp Bank HAS, The
Basaviah-Ganesan Family Charitable Fund, The
Best Bay Apartments
BlackRock Financial Management, Inc.
Bhungalia Family
BMO Harris Bank N.A.
Booz and Company
Canekeratne, Tushara
Capgemini
Chadha, Sumir & Vaishali Shah
Chipty, Tasneem & Aleksander Franz
Chopra, Sanjiv & Amita
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Colaco, Michael
Comerica Bank
Das, Sanjiv & Kusum
Dave, Tushar & Reshma
Delphi Foundation
DigitasLBi
Dinyar and Aashish Devitre Foundation, The
Discover Financial Services, LLC
Eichstaedt & Lervold, LLP
Farrokh Billimoria
Fenwick & West LLP
FinalMile Consultants Pvt Ltd
Flextronics Foundation
Franklin Templeton Investments
Frost Venture Partners
Gala, Anand & Sona
Gangwal, Mukesh & Nita
Gill, Biri & Sukhjit
Glades Foundation, The
Glasnapp Foundation, The
Google Inc.
Grewal, Shiv & Tinnie
Grover, Neel & Sharlene
Guggenheim Securities, LLC
Gupta, Ram & Rashmi
HealthScape Advisors
Hilco Trading Co., Inc.
Hochschild, Roger & Stephanie
Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Information Management Consultants, Inc.
Infosys Technologies Limited
Intuit Inc.
Jivrajka, Vinod & Jayashree
Joshua & Anita Bekenstein Charitable Fund,
a Donor Advised Fund of Combined Jewish
Philanthropies of Greater Boston, Inc.
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Kamra, Deepak & Christina
Khanna, Atul
Kirkland & Ellis Foundation
Kohli, Sajal & Rohini Dey
KPMG LLP
Lavingia, Dr. Kedar
Lumis Partners
Menezes, Ivan & Shibani
Mesirow Financial
Motwani Family Foundation, The
Mukesh & Harsha Patel Fund, The
Narayandas, Das & Sunitha Das
Nathan Family Foundation Inc.
Anonymous
Oberoi, Arun & Neeru
O’Melveny & Myers LLP
Pandey, Alok
Patel, Sumeet
Pereira, Brian & Sunita
Price, Richard & Linda
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Raj, Deepak & Neera
Rauner Family Foundation
RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc.
Reddy Foundation, The
Reddy, Girish & Rasika
Reggie & Dharini Aggarwal Foundation
Riverwood Capital LLC
RR Donnelley
Sawhney Family Foundation, The
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SUPPORTERS
Schwartz Family Foundation, The
Schwertfeger, Timothy & M. Gail Waller
Shriram, Ram & Vijay
Sierra Wireless Inc.
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Sita Foundation, The
SMART Modular Technologies, Inc.
Sperling, Scott
Srivastava Foundation
Srivastava, Raman & Shalini
Steinberg Asset Management, LLC
Stewart, Geoffrey
Stradling, Yocca, Carlson & Rauth
Sutherland Global Services
Swani, Sanjay & Preeti
TD Securities (USA) LLC
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Tullman, Glen & Trish
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Utopia, Inc.
Vatsa, Sanjay & Rekha
Vinod, Udayan
Vishwanath, Vijay & Gita Iyer
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
WestBridge Capital
Wilkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation
Winston & Strawn LLP
CATALYST LEVEL $5,000 - 9,999
Abel Noser Corp.
Acxiom Corporation
Agarwal, Ajay & Kate
AGS Health, Inc.
Aiyer, Kamesh & Geeta
Akhoury, Ravi & Ginny
Allianz Global Investors Distributors
Americo Financial Life & Annuity Insurance
Company
Anil and Jyoti Godhwani Charitable Gift Fund
Arora, Sudesh & Chitra
Asia TV USA Ltd
Austin Family Fund
Baxter International Inc.
Bayman, Scott & Lynn
Becker, Greg & Michelle
Berger Schatz
Bhalla, Suresh
Bharadwaj, Srinivasan & Smita
Bhatia, Gulab & Himanshu
Bhatia, Raj & Seema
Boecke, William & Joan
Boush, Mike
Cepheid Capital, LLC
Anonymous
Chopra, Ajay & Shyamoli Banerjee
Chopra, Rohit & Sonal
Chuttani, Ram
Citi Private Bank
Crowe Horwath (For Brian Sanderson)
CRT Capital Group
Dalal Charitable Trust, The
Deloitte
Dhanda, Michelle & Raj
Downes, Patrick
Dr. Prem Reddy Family Foundation
Dutta, Rajiv & Sumita
eHealthObjects (For Sanjay and Sunita Mittal)
EXL Service
Experian
Fidelity Investments
Gautam Godhwani Charitable Fund, The
GE Foundation, The
Ghai, Vijayant
Giancarlo Family
Global Payments Inc.
GlobalGiving Foundation
Goldman Sachs & Co.
Goyal, Maneesh & Andrew Wingrove
Graf, R. Mark & Rebecca
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Grosvenor Holdings LLC
Hausfeld LLP
Hollister Incorporated
Hughes Network Systems, Inc.
(For Pradman and Sunita Kaul)
IBM Corporation
Infogix
Islam, Frank & Debbie
Jain Family Foundation
Jain, Naveen & Anu
Jiganti, Dorothy & John
Kadakia, Megha & Saurabh Kikani
Kania, Edwin
Mirchandani, Tania & Dinesh
Kapoor, Vinod & Shikha
Kathawalla, Imtiaz & Farida
Katten Muchin Rosenman Foundation, Inc.
Khanna, Karan
Khanna, Tarun & Ruhi (Matched by AES)
Anonymous
Kumar Foundation, The
Kunwar, Sandeep & Purvi
Leo Burnett
Lipoff, Mr. & Mrs. Cory
Madavi and Gaugarin Oliver Foundation
Martin Agency, The
MDC Partners Inc.
MediaCom
Mehta, Siddharth & Swati
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.
Nallathambi, Anand
Narula, Deepak
Nathan, Hema & Murali
Natixis Global Asset Management
Nishar Family Charitable Foundation, The
Nohria, Nitin & Monica Chandra
Olayan Group, The
Oza, Rohan
Patel, Ash
Pimco Investments LLC
Planco Financial Services, LLC
Punyapu, Anil & Asha
Rao, Ramgopal & Sandhaya
Anonymous
Robson, Alex
Roy, Rahul & Anuradhika
RS Investment Management Co. LLC
Sacheti, Nitin
Sahney, Vinod & Gail
Sajdeh, Rohan & Masha
Saligram, Ravi & Nalini
Sanderson, Brian
Sehgal, Mukesh & Radhika
Shah, Jogen & Kanan
Shah, Kamal
Sharma, Anjali & Deven
Sharma, Ken & Geetha
Shokeen, Amarjit & Rita
Sidoti & Company, LLC
Silicon Valley Capital Partners L.P./Christopher Combs
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Singh, Gurpreet & Shammi
Sinha, Prabhakant & Anita
SourceHOV LLC, Inc.
Stansbury, Roy
Vashisht, Naresh
Anonymous
Vohra, Rita
Waddell & Reed Companies
Wadia Associates LLC
Weinberg Family Foundation
Weingardt, Marc
Whitehead, Susan
Wiseman, Eric & Susan
Zwanziger, Ron & Janet
CHAMPION LEVEL $1,000 - 4,999
A Noble Dental Care
Abdul Family Fund, The
Ace Foundation, NFP
Agarwal, Anu & Anant
Ahluwalia, Sarojkyogi
Alam, Rummana & Nadeem Yunus
Aliantel, Inc.
Alliance Data
Ambani, Anita
Amin, Chirayu
Ansara, James & Karen
Apple Matching Gifts Program
Argalas, Lindsey
Arora, Sartaj & Akanshi
Arora, Suneel
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ARQ
Ashwini & Anita Gupta Foundation, Inc.
Asthana, Anjan
Aurora, Ravi
Avendus Capital Inc.
Balaji, Vidhya
Balcer, Rene & Carolyn
Baliga, Vivek
Bank of America Matching Gifts
Barclays Capital
Bassi, Sohanjeet & Anmol
Baxter, Behram
Belkin Burden Wenig & Goldman, LLP
Berger, Michael & Alice
Berrington, Howard & Cheryl
Bhalla, Guninder
Bhandarkar, Vasudev & Virinda
Bhatia, Manish
Bhatia, Sadhna & Raj
Bhatia, Sushil & Urvashi
Bhatt Family Charitable Fund
Bhawan, Jag & Pratibha
Bhutani, Harish
Bose, Anirban & Manjari
Boston Consulting Group, Inc., The
Boveja, Raj & Sonia
Brady, Terrence & Cynthia
Brandt, William
Buckingham Research Group, The
Burnes, Rick & Nonnie
Byahatti, Seema
Canekeratne, Kris
Care.com Inc.
Carey, Melina & Patrick
Carter, Larry & Cheryl
Chadha, Rajive & Puja
Chadha, Sandeep
Chahil, Satjiv
Chalana, Vikram
Chandhok, Bela & Vinay Kumar
Chandra, Naveen & Alka
Chandra, Sonya
Chauhan, Anudeep
Chawla, Inder & Vera
Chawla, Rajinder & Shashi
China, John
Choksi, Sabin & Sejal Javeri
Chopra, Aneesh & Rohini
Chopra, Sunil & Maria Christina
Chowdhary, Siddhartha & Leigh
Churiwala, Anil & Shahenaz
Colaco, Vernon
Colaco-Desouza, Lynette
Combined Federal Campaign
Comninellis, Thalia
ConAgra Foods
Convergex Group
Cooper-Horowitz Inc.
Dahya, Minakshi
Dane, Bikram
Dang, Ira & Joy Dasgupta
Daruvala, Toos & Hira
Daruwalla, Sanaea
Dasgupta, Jaidev & Leena
Datta, Avijit & Meena
Dayal, Sandeep
Dayalu, Praveen
DeWaele, Jim & Patti
Deb, Dipanjan & Shashikala
Deeter, Byron
Dehni, Walid
Deora, Ajit & Sucheta
Desai, Akshay & Brinda Kamdar
Desai, Ketan & Anji
Desai, Niraj & Anita
Deshpande, Charu
Dewbray, Tom
Dham Non-Grantor Charitable Gift Fund
Dhillon, Harkeerat & Deepta
Dhingra, Gautam & Ritu
Dhir, Karan
Downs, Rick & Sadhana
Dubey, Aditi
Dutta, Rick & Jayashree
Dyal, Thomas
Eagan, William & Ann
Edwards, Christine
Eggers, Barry
EnDyna (For Smita and Ashok Siddanti)
Eskandari, Mojdeh
Everest Group LLC
Federated Investors, Inc.
Finklestein, Mark & Janet Penn
Fisher, Mary
Foley & Lardner LLP
Fox, Justin
Gandhi, Navroz
Ganesan, Venky & Preetha Basaviah
Ganju, Shiban
Ganz, Elizabeth & Richard
Garg, Deepak
Garg, Prem & Sudha
Garimella, Manaswini
Garimella, Parameswar & Nirmala
Garland, Jack
Gauba, Gary & Pooja
GBS Linens Inc.
Ghai, Jasma & Rahul
Ghosh, Hitendra & Manjulika
Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Godbole, Milind & Mona Bhoyar
Goel, Jagdish Rai
Goela, Vikas
Good, Samantha
Goodwin Procter LLP
Greider, Suzanne & Max
Grewal, Jas & Suren Dutia
Grover, Eva
Gupta, Anindya
Gupta, Mayur
Gupta, Deepa Acharya & Andy
Gupta, Rajinder & Indu
Gurbaxani, Vijay & Penny
Hall, Russ & Deborah
Hamilton, Doug & Dori
Hanson, Jeffrey & April
Hartford Mutual Funds
Hatcher, Douglass
Hawes, James & Ellen Hanson
Herlihy, James & Catherine
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hinduja, Kunal & Jasmita Patel
Hoenigsberg, Pauline & Peter
HSBC Bank
Inamdar, Sarla & Subhash
India Project, The
Infinite Computer Solutions, Inc.
Invesco Powershares
Iyer, Hari
Javade Chaudhri and Gail Kee Fund, The
Jha, Abhisek
Jindia, Indu
Johri Family Charitable Foundation
Joshi, Asha & Chandu
K.B. Chandrasekhar Family Foundation, The
Kacker, Ravi & Anisha
Kadakia, Nikesh
Kadrovach-Duckworth Family Foundation
Kalva, Satish & Shailaja
Kamdar, Kim Puloma
Kapoor, Art & Ellen
Kapoor, Perminder & Jagjeet
Kapoor, Vikas
Kapur, Ramesh & Susan
Karamchandani, Aarti & Naren
Karnani, Nitin
Kasera, Sandhya & Sneha
Kashyap, Pradeep & Reena
Kashyap, Satish & Punam
Kashyap, Sudha
Kataria, Anjali
Katz, Jeffrey
Kaura, Ashish & Varsha
Kay Family Foundation
Kemp, Christian & Jill
Khandekar, Janardan & Amita
Khanna, Rock
Khanna, Sunil & Susan
Khanna, Tarun & Ruhi (Matched by AES)
Khosla, Sanjay & Neelu
Khot, Prakash
Khurana, Deepak & Anjula
Khurana, Rajat
Khushroo F. Dordi Family Trust, The
King, Gregory & Karen
King, James & Susan
Kirkham, Christopher
Kohli, Ashish & Sugeeta
Kohli, Shelly
Kohli, Ujjal & Sarita
Koota, Mandaara Kannada
Kothari, Tushar & Sangeeta
Kothiwale, Mahantesh & Mamatha
Krishna Kandarpa Fund
Krishnamurthy, Vasu & Mary
Kuchinad, Bala & Mukta
Kumar, Ashok & Neera
Kumar, M.A. Ravi & Sudha Ravi
Kumar, Sanjiv
Kumar, Sushen
Kumar, Udai
Kurtz, David
Kustel, Matthew
Lakhanpal, Ashish & Amrita
Lal, Rajiv & Suruchi
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 45
SUPPORTERS
Lathrop, Carey
Lee, Sally C.B.
Lodhia, Sheila
Logadottir, Kristin
London Company, The
Longfield, Chuck
M S International, Inc.
Mahapatra, Jayanti
Mahendroo, Vikesh & Kiran
Mahurkar, Monish & Padmini
Maker, Vijay & Sushila
MalekRemian LLC
Malik, Jaya
Malkin, Barry & Jodi Block
MasterCard Matching Gift Program
Matta, Elissa & Anil
McCarter, Kevin
McGladrey, LLP
McNally, Patrick & Mary Ann
Mehra, Vivek
Mehta, Aashish & Emily Shamsuddin
Mehta, Jayesh
Mehta, Kaushal
Mehta, Meena & Jivan
Meru Education Foundation Inc.
Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
Mills Family Foundation
Mitra, Nidhi & Sanjeet
Modi, Nikhil & Rahat
Mody, Ajay & Suhani
Mohasseb, Sid & Assal
Moochhala, Zenobia
Moughamian, Debra & Jose Molina
Mukerji, Ananta & Kumkum
Multani, Pramod & Anju
Nair, Prasanna & Shyamala
Narain, Saurabh & Rajita
Naranan, Gomathy
Nassi, Albert & Angela
Natenstedt, Don
Nathani, Adil & Nandini
Nathoo, Raffiq
Nayak, Prakash
Nayar, Madhavan & Teresa
Neelamkavil, Sebastian
Newman, Carol
Nimgaonkar, Shirish & Gouri
Nirankari, Verinder & Kiran
Nohria, Anju & Bharat Anand
Nuveen Investments
Oberoi, Dolly
Offereins, Diane
Offit, Morris & Nancy
O’Hara, James & Kathleen
Ohri, Arun
O’Keefe, Mike & Nancy
Opus Bank
Padval, Umesh & Madhavi
Pagemill Partners, A Duff & Phelps Business
Pai, Vinay & Aarti
Pal, Pushpendu
Pal, Sumant & Alpna Seth
Panchanadeswaran, Balasubramanian &
Subadra
Patel, Ajay
Patel, Amit & Urvi
Patel, Amit R.
Patel, Deepa
Patel, Hitesh & Sangeeta
Patel, Mukesh & Sushma Patel
Patel, Roshani
Patel, Swetal
Patiath, Pradip & Shalini
Patwa, Najmuddin & Fehmida Chipty
Pauline B Duffy Inc.
Payden & Rygel Investment Management
Pereira-Kamath, Nikhil
Perlman, Andrew
Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program
Phillips, Adam & Dana
Pinover, Eugene & Diana
PMG Global Corporation
Prakash, Shimoga
Prasad, Narayan & Poonam
Prior, Sheridan
Private Bank, The
Prudential Foundation, The
Puhanmadhom, Narayan
Punater, Jayesh
Qualcomm
Raghavan, Anisha
Rai, Raj
Raiguel, Kara
Rajpal, Rajesh & Apra
Raju and Neeraja Reddy Family Charitable
Fund, The
Ramabadran, Barkha
Ramakrishnan, Anand & Deepa Kartha
Ramos, Pilar
Ranadive, Rajeev & Joan
Raut, Sourendra
Ravula, Karthik & Anjana Sukumar
Reddy, Nithin & Sheetal
Reidenouer, Jeff
Richards, Bob
Robins, Norman
Rose, Douglas & Elizabeth
Rosenbloom, Micah
Rowland, Jennifer
Roy, Arijit
Rubin, Donald & Shelley
Rutstein, Mr. & Mrs. Carl
Sachdeva, Jay
Sahai, Neelam & Neeraj
Sahgal, Nishi & Rohit
Sahni, Rakesh & Pammi
Sakhuja, Ravi & Rohini
Sanjeev and Indu Tyagi Family Charitable Fund
Saxena, Manoj
Schulhof, Jonathan
Selbst, Dave & Susie
Sen, Chandranath & Sharmila
Sen, Dinendra & Devalina
Seneca Foundation, The
Sentinel Investments
Seshadri, Sridhar & Sushma Hegde
Seth, Ishaan
Shah, Ajay
Shah, Amish
Shah, Amit & Bela
Shah, Divyesh & Priti
Shah, Dixit & Associates
Shah, Himat
Shah, Mihir & Vinita
Shahjahan, Riyad & Aarifa
Shapiro, Owen & Elizabeth Rose
Sharma, Ravi & Juhi
Shatto, Steven & Elizabeth
Sheridan, Paul
Shrin Corporation
Shrivastava, Ritu & Poonam
Shroff, Adhir
Shukla, Manish & Roma
Siddhanti, Smita & Ashok
Sidley Austin Foundation
Singh, Ajay & Nidhi
Singh, Anilam & Narindar
Singh, Arvind
Singh, Ashish
Singh, Manoj & Rita
Singh, Nithya Iyer
Singh, Rajesh & Roberta
Singh, Sonu
Singla, Anupy & Sandeep Gupta
Singla, Atul (Alex) & Parita
Siva, Sheela & Chokkalingam
Snow, Gregory
Somasekhar, Amirapu & Monisha
St. Hilaire, Chris
Suchomel, Joel
Sule, Aparna
Sundaram, Mr. & Mrs. Viyas
Sunkara, Prabhod & Vimi Mirchandani
Anonymous
Tak, Mahinder & Sharad
Takiar, Hem
Tandon, Anil
Taplin, Shahnaz Chinoy & Carl Pope
Tata Consultancy Services
Thanapathy, Jumnah
Thelander, Brett & Amy
Thermos, Elli
Thukkaram, Navin
Tinsley, John & Jennifer
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 46
Tobon, Eduardo
TTF Foundation
Tuli, Sushil
Upson Technology Group
Vaid, Mohammed
Vaidyanathan, Shankar
Vaishnaw, Akshay
Varshney, Prashant
Vashist, Rajesh & Rohini
Vasudevan, Sriram & Ramya
Vattikuti, Abhinav
Veeraraghavan, Vivek
Venus Group, Inc.
Verissimo, Marc & Laurel
Verma, Kimi
Vij, Sandeep & Priya
Viswanathan, Krithika
Vohra, Anshuman
Vyas, Hamel
Wang, Fred
Waters Corporation
Weisz, Robert & Cristina
Welch Family Trust, The
Wendell Family Foundation
Yadav, Ajay
Yalamanchi, Praveen
Zook, Ted & Amy
INNOVATOR LEVEL $500 - 999
Abnee, Nina
Ahuja, Anilesh & Tania
AMGEN Foundation
Amiryani, Karim
Anderson, Allen
Annapareddy, Sphurthi
Applied Materials, Inc.
Armbrust, Joseph & Susan
Arnold Electronics, Inc.
Anonymous
Badinehal, Venkat
Bajwa, Raghubinder
Bala, Venkatesh
Baqueri, Abbas
Berkes, Jim & Mary Beth
Berkowitz, Rabbi Abraham
Bhaskaran, Jayakumar & Kaimal Anitha
Jayamumar
Bhat, Anita
Bhatia, Simmi
Bhatt, Bharat
Bhullar, Tahira
Bhuwalka, Chanda
Biller, Bruce
Biswas, Tania
Bitterman, Kevin
Blee, Robert
Bolt, Khurshid
Bose, Rajat
Carlson, Walter & Debora De Hoyos
Cefalo, Adam & Krysta
Celeste, Richard & Jacqueline Lundquist
Central Mechanical Systems Inc.
CHAI
Chaturvedula, Durgaprasad
Chittipeddi, Sailesh
Choi, Paul & Lisa
Cohen, Barry & Lisa
Conjeevaram, Srini & Smita
Contractor, Rumi
Coppola, Richard & Debra
Corn, Poe
Cort, Ronald
Cowen and Company
Dave, Pragna
Dayal, Yogeshwar & Shyam
De Souza, Venita
DeCaprio, Peter
Deutsche Bank (For Venkat Badinehal)
Dholakia, Urvi & Yagnesh
DiBari, Lauren
DLA Piper LLP (US)
Dornfeld, Richard
Eckton, Michael & Manisha
Faith, Alison
Galera, Rudolph
Georgolous, Steve
Gill, Sanjay & Sonja
Goloboy, Andrew & Joan Abrams
Grewal, Mehr & Kabir
Grossman, Lindsey
Gupta, CPA, Esq., Rajat K.
Horowitz, Andrew & Pamela
Houle, Jeffrey
Humphries, Paul
Jain, Ashish & Ritu
Janardhan, Shashi
Jansen, Mr. & Mrs. Mike
Kadakia, Nimish
Kapadia, Rajesh & Lina
Kaplowitz, Karen
Kapur, Suraj
Kejriwal, Rakshit
Kertsman, Robert & Stacey
Keshavan, Matcheri
Khanna, Rohit
Anonymous
Kigel, Alex
Kohler, Michael & Mariela Cano
Kolluri, Venkat
Kota, Subu & Virginia
Krishna, Preethi
Krishnan, Ram & Nalini
Kumar, Kapil
Kumar, Riju & Sangeeta
Lakhanpal, Vinod
Lal, Anand & Mrinalini Chandra
Laliwala, Tariq
Larkey, Adam
LeBlanc, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar
Levin, Richard
Lobo, Sandra
Lowstuter, Clyde & Carolyn
Madyastha, Sujay
Mahindra, Gaurav
Majithia, Rajendra
Makadia, Jay
Mani, Mahadeva
McLaughlin, Jacki
Meador, Wesley
Mehta, Arjit
Mehta, Toral
Mehta, Zubin & Nancy
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Meyers, Genevieve
Mishra, Madhavi & Debi
Mody, Seema
Mohan, Krishna & Swarna
Morgan Stanley & Co. (World Headquarters)
Mukherjee, Niladri
Mulaikal, Peter
Murillo, Jennifer & Albert
Nagia, Naresh & Geeta
Nagpaul, Kanta & Chander
Nair, Anup
Nath, Aloke & Rekha
Nijhawan, Vinit & Deepti
Nortman, Benjamin
Oliver, Todd & Suzy
Pal, Gurpreet
Parekh, Ashish
Parekh, Raj
Parekh, Sujata & Vijay
Parida, Samaresh
Patel, Bella
Patel, Kunal
Patel, Minesh
Patel, Mita
Patel, Nehal
Patel, Raju & Lisa
Patel, Sejal
Patel, Shama
Patel, Tejshri
Patel, Trishul
Patwa, Gautam
Pavia, Torin
Phillips, Colette
Prakash, Suman
Prasad, Ashish & Ashley
Prasad, Keshava & Vasumathi
Prasad, Mukesh & Chandni
Ramakrishnan, V S & Anuradha Chitrapu
Ramakrishnan, Vishal
Rao, Soma
Rastogi, Sharad
Reddy, Dharma & Pushpa
Rehki, Raj-Ann
Rehman, Anita
Rogers, Molly
Saha, Milan
Sakamuri, Raj & Ramani
Saluja, Kiran
Sangha, Devinder
Sarang Corporation
Schulhof Family Foundation, The
Sen, Kaustuv
Seth, Anand
Sethna, Meenal
Shangri-La Tea Co. Inc.
Sharma, Deven & Anjali
Sharma, Maitreyi
Sharma, Rishi
Shekhar, Shashank
Sheppard, Hille & Christian
Shrivastava, Sandeep
Singh, Harjit & Manka Dhingra
AMERICAN INDIA FOUNDATION • ANNUAL REPORT 2013-14 • PAGE 47
SUPPORTERS
Sinha, Vijay K.
Sinha, Vikas
Smith, Matthew & Barbara
Somaiya, Sandeep & Nasim Keynejad
Sparacino, Dennis & Heidi
Spinner, Steve
Srinivas, SL & Dhanavathi
Srinivasan, Ravi
Srivastava, Nilendu
Stegall, William & Rachna
Stempel Bennet Claman & Hochberg, P.C.
Subramanian, Ganesan & Chitra
Tekchand LLC
Tenneti, Janaki
Thakur, Ritu & Vikas
Thanawala, Chetna & Ambrish
Thiagarajah Family
Thomas, Samuel
Tripathi, Mayank & Anu
Verghese, Abraham
Verma, Rati
VJ, Nishanth
Vora, Ketan
Walia, Gurpreet Singh
WaterHealth International
Weber, Suzanne
West, Meghan
Wormer, Clark
Zelenberg, Igor
IN-KIND GIFTS AND PRO-BONO SERVICES
Bahuguna, Vimal & Bulbul
Bombay Sapphire
Chatterjee, Mala
Dalrymple, William
Dey, Rohini
Diageo
Godbole, Milind & Mona Bhoyar
Harman International
Jaffrey, Madhur
Kapoor, Vinod & Shikha
Krishnan, Santhana
Mehra, Vivek
Pengun Random House
Pereira, Brian & Sunita
Saffron Arts
Sej Jewels
Shangri-La Tea Co. Inc.
Sharma, Ken
Sharma, Vandana
Srinivasan, Venkat & Pratima
Stewart, Geoffrey
Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces
Tak, Mahinder & Sharad
Thakur, Ritu and Vikas
TV Asia
United Airlines
Victory International (USA), LLC
INDIA DONORS
LEADERSHIP LEVEL $100,000 and above DELL International Services India
Private Limited
Donation Received in Kind by DE DELL Prog.
ICICI Foundation
PATRON LEVEL $25,000 – 49,999
Human Dignity Foundation
TCSRD
VISIONARY LEVEL $10,000 – 24,999
ILFS Skills Development Corp. Ltd.
Lahmeyer International India (P) Ltd.
CATALYST LEVEL $5,000 – 9,999
IMC Global Technology Services
CHAMPION LEVEL $1,000 – 4,999
Babajob
Cybertech Software Multimedia
Direct Deposit at Bank
Donor-Unspecified
Environment Conservation
Gupta, Sanjay
Haryana -Diet Prog.
Iyengar, Sridar Arvamudhan
KPMG
Lohit, Harsh Singh
Magic Bus
Mehta, Atul
Nair, Raji
Negi, Ravinder Kumar
Somany Impex-MSI
Stone Craft India-MSI
Tata Consultancy
INNOVATOR LEVEL $500 – 999
Aangan
Abraham, Aby
Aravind Eye Hospital-Madurai
Central Square Foundation
Chatterjee, Jaysree
Gulshan, Rishab
Gupta, Akhilesh
Imerit Technology Services (p) Ltd.
Malik, Saman
Paul, Hemanth
PBK Waste Solution
Sujaya Education Foundation Corporation
MUMBAI
SILICON VALLEY
BANGALORE
SINGAPORE
MUMBAI BKC
AIF also thanks all of our donors who have
contributed amounts up to $500. Their contributions are greatly appreciated. A lack of space
prevents us from acknowledging their gifts individually.
AIF sincerely apologizes for any inadvertent
omissions or errors in this listing of donors.
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