Three Indian Americans Named White House Fellowship Finalists

Three Indian Americans Named White House Fellowship Finalists

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 24 June 2011, 10:40 Hrs
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Three Indian Americans Named White House Fellowship Finalists
Fremont: Three Indian Americans are the national finalists for the coveted White House Fellowships; this was announced on June 9. The three finalists are Sonika Bhatnagar, Chad Pillai and Darshak Sanghavi. They would be amongst the other national finalists and will go through the selection process that consists of interviews with members of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships. Out of which 11-19 members will be selected for the 2011-2012 term. Those chosen will become part of the 47th class to serve in the nation's most prestigious program for leadership and public service

Sonika Bhatnagar, is an advocate of the promotion of children's health through disease and injury prevention and general pediatrics research; Chad Pillai, a U.S. Army Major specializing in strategic planning near Washington, D.C.; and Darshak Sanghavi, chief of pediatric cardiology at UMass Medical School.

This year's finalists have advanced through a highly competitive selection process. The selection as a fellow is based on a record of remarkable professional achievement early in their career, evidence of leadership potential, a proven commitment to public service, and demonstrated ability to contribute meaningfully at the highest levels of federal government

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