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C.N. (Madhu) Madhusudan is an executive, entrepreneur and deal maker with significant experience in setting up, acquiring and operating businesses in Europe, India and the United States. His expertise areas include Growth/Exit Strategy, Joint Ventures, M&A, New Market Entry and Cross Border Transactions.
Mr. Narendra Shah is a visionary leader. He is the CIO - Chief Information Officer / EVP - Executive Vice President [Global] of LD Capital LLC and LD Capital Bridge to USA. LD Capital provides business loans in the USA and mega business loans in India. It also facilitates EB-5 investor green cards working with business investors and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services / Department of Homeland Security’s approved Regional Centers and their approved Projects. He has over 35 years of IT, Finance, Analytical, Consulting, Management, Marketing, Educator and Business Development experience.
Brenda Morant is a pioneer and forerunner for the empowerment of women and girls. She serves as President of the International Women's Think Tank, an organization focused on promoting research, critical thinking and innovative solutions on issues related to women and girls. Major research includes “The Third Billion” and women’s reimaging of the global economy.
Regional Co-Chair and Government Liaison for SE Region
David Pratt is a Partner at the lobbying firm, The Southern Group. David joined the Southern Group’s Atlanta office in 2009 after holding a myriad ofroles in the political arena. Nearly two decades as a lobbyist, David has developed expertise in numerous policy areas, including business development, appropriations, health care, medical marijuana, energy, local government, public safety, public-private partnerships, and economic development.
Atul heads the International Assurance and Advisory Practice of KNAV, a global accounting firm with offices across six countries. Atul has extensive experience of over 32 years in advising multinational clients in a rapidly changing business environment with his workable but creative ideas and myriad accounting skills.
Mr. Niraj (Nick) Sheth, Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Sheth is the Co-Founder of The Loan Depot Lending Company, Inc (now LD Capital), a Wall Street mortgage conduit. Since the inception of LD Capital in 1996, he has worked in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer, Executive Vice President and President. Before the formation of LD Capital, he was an independent consultant for various Wall Street firms in New York and Chicago.
Viren Mayani: past President of the Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce has and is serving a host of elite and niche non-profit organizations including but not limited to: Who’s Who in Asian American Communities, the Gandhi Foundation USA, the India America China Institute, besides the Georgia Symphony, Asian American Heritage Foundation, the World Chamber of Commerce, and India American Cultural Association (IACA). He is a published writer since 1995, with the largest circulated Indian leisure magazine; “Khabar”.
Madhu Sheth was born in Kutch-Gujarat, India. When Madhu was five years old, her family moved to Madras in South India, which is now known as Chennai. After finishing her education, Madhu began teaching in high school. While teaching, she joined a literature association. In this literature association, Madhu met her husband, Jagdish Sheth, who came to U.S.A for higher education in 1961.
Mr. Vasudev Patel a medical professional from India is passionate to work for community in India as well as in USA. He is also an entrepreneur and involved in diversified business in USA. His more than three decade of residency in USA he has worked in the field of clinical trial, clinical laboratories and Forensic Toxicology field as a Scientist. He is deeply associated with various nonprofit organizations in USA and an Overseas Indian political organization.
P.R. Subramanian (P.R.S.) is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Director of NIIT (USA) Inc., a multinational company globally recognized for its learning management and training delivery solutions. He began his career with NIIT in 1990 at their Delhi offices, rising in ranks to manage the finance and accounts of NIIT’s first global operations in the United States.
Mr. Milton Chambliss, CEcD is a certified Economic Developer by the International Economic Development Council. He presently serves as the Executive Director for the Clairborne County Economic Development District where he has successfully managed development resulting in over 100 million dollars in new business development and the creation of over 2,000 new jobs in Mississippi.
Professor Jagdish Sheth is a renowned scholar and internationally recognized thought leader. He has published more than 300 research papers and more than 30 books on various disciplines and topics. His insights on global competition, strategic thinking, geopolitics, and emerging markets are considered revolutionary.
Dr. V. Kumar (VK) is the Regents Professor; Richard and Susan Lenny Distinguished Chair & Professor in Marketing; Executive Director, Center for Excellence in Brand and Customer Management; Director, Ph.D. program in Marketing, Georgia State University, J. Mack Robinson College of Business. VK has been recognized with 19 lifetime achievement awards in several areas in Marketing from the American Marketing Association (AMA) and other professional organizations. VK has published over 250 articles, 25 books (translated in multiple languages), and has received over 25 Research and Teaching Excellence Awards.
Dr. Girish Kumar Panicker, an authority on C-factor (cover and management) research and an internationally renowned agricultural scientist, is a professor and director of Conservation Research at Alcorn State University, Mississippi. A native of India, Dr. Panicker holds B.S. in Agriculture, M.S. in agronomy and Ph.D. in horticulture. He has worked largely in conservation field on three continents, Asia, Africa and North America. His federally funded research center has the world’s largest C-factor (cover and management) databank on horticultural crops, with work done on 40 crops at an investment of more than $6.5 million.