Vinay Mahajan conferred with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Indo-American Press Club


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An Engineering Graduate and MBA from premier institutes, Mahajan is a serial entrepreneur with over 40 years of industry experience in leadership, marketing, finance, engineering, creating and building multiple entities, with entrepreneurial expertise through 100+ Communication/IVR/Call Centers software projects across India, and Healthcare Practice Management Software in the United States.

Mr Mahajan received the award from IAPC Chairman Mr Kamalesh Metha.  In his address, Mr Mahajan highlighted the many noble initiatives undertaken by ITServe since its inception in 2010. “ITServe has grown and strengthened in its mission in protecting members’ interest, enhancing membership benefits, empowering local employment, empowering the local community through various CSR programs including STEM education, and empowering the ecosystem of innovation and thus maintaining the leadership of US in Technology. ”

Traveling to all 21 chapters across the United States in 8 months after he assumed office, Mr Mahajan was instrumental in taking membership to newer heights with more than 700+ new members added in 2023. Two new chapters were launched under his leadership. He strengthened STEM Education program by adding STEM Training and Internship programs and enhancing STEM scholarships program.

“IT Serve Alliance is led by highly talented individuals, phenomenally successful entrepreneurs, and innovators who are enthusiastic about giving back to the community,” Mr Mahajan said.

Others who were bestowed with Lifetime Achievement Awards during the Gala included Padma Shri H.R. SHAH (Media & Arts), Chairman & CEO of TV Asia Group; Meera Gandhi (Philanthropist), founder of the Giving Back Foundation and a recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor (2015);  Dr. Sampat Shivangi (Community service, medicine), a physician, and a veteran leader of AAPI, recipient of the PBD Samman Award in 2016 and Ellis Island Medal of Honor 2008;  Shajan Skariah (Excellence in Journalism), a promoter and editor of the online portal ‘Marunadan Malayali’ and  Dr Renu Abraham Varughese (Excellence in Elder Care) and an Associate Professor at the School of Health and Natural Sciences, Mercy University, NY.

 IAPC was formed to unite the Indian diaspora media fraternity across North America under one umbrella to work together, support one another, and provide a unified voice in front of the mainstream media and the larger community. Every year IAPC hosts media conferences bringing together renowned journalists and media professionals from various countries around the world, and hosts workshops and seminars.

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