Indian American Business woman Nalini Joseph Vying for City Council Seat in Salisbury



Indian American Business woman Nalini Joseph Vying for City Council Seat in Salisbury

Joseph has worked as district administrator of the Guardian ad Litem Program, which promotes abused and neglected children through the state's district courts, for Iredell and Alexander counties for the last 14 years, according to the publication.

FREMONT, CA: Nalini Joseph is vying for city council in Salisbury, Massachusetts, this November, hoping to put her decades of legal experience to good use.

According to a Salisbury Post report, Joseph intends to bring her experience and ability to reach agreements irrespective of political and ideological viewpoints to the city level as a council member.

According to the report, if Joseph, 53, is elected to the council in November, he will be the first Indian American to serve.

She was born and grew up in India after her father moved there to begin a ministry. After high school, Joseph moved to the US to attend Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, where she earned a bachelor's degree in psychology. She found her way to Salisbury in 2011.

Her father moved to India to start a ministry, and she was born and raised there. Joseph moved to the U.S. after high school to attend Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, where she managed to earn a bachelor's degree in psychology. She arrived in Salisbury in 2011.

Joseph has worked as district administrator of the Guardian ad Litem Program, which promotes abused and neglected children through the state's district courts, for Iredell and Alexander counties for the last 14 years, according to the publication.

According to Joseph, she became interested in improving the community with her skills and experience around a year ago, which include constructing nonprofit organizations, managing budgets and personnel, and collaborating with judges and other stakeholders.

According to the report, she recognized public safety as a major concern for the city at this time, which calls for support for crime reduction, law enforcement, and proper budget management.