|Immigration Voice Team|
The following are the members of the core team of Immigration Voice and the reasons why they joined the organization:
Aman Kapoor is the co-founder of Immigration Voice and is our liaison with other groups and agencies. Mr. Kapoor has been working in US for the last thirteen years. He has a Bachelors’ degree in Engineering and MBA from Florida State University. Mr. Kapoor and his family's permanent residency application was approved in 2007 and he continues to lead Immigration Voice. Mr. Kapoor’s handle is WaldenPond and his email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Anand has been in US for last 14 years. He has a Masters in Engineering from a top US university. He is currently working in one of the largest technology companies in the world where he manages mission critical P & L business unit. Anand and his family’s green card applications were approved in 2010. He continues to strongly believe that finding a permanent solution to the legal high skilled green card issues is absolutely important to ensure personal and professional quality of life of legal immigrants is not hijacked by the broken immigration system. Anand has also been instrumental in raising funds for the organization and he has been successful in mobilizing members at the grassroots making the San Jose and DC rallies in 2007 a big success. He is an active member of the Core Team to advance advocacy effort till we find a permanent solution to the legal immigration issues. Anand lives with his family in Silicon Valley area and he could be reached at email@example.com
Nagaraj is a Systems Analyst working in the health care industry for the past 5 years on a H-1 Visa. His tag on IV is indio0617. He has degrees in Physics from the
Naren holds a Masters in Engineering from a US University and works as a Project Manager for a FORTUNE 10 ranked company. He has extensive global experience in service delivery and customer management with leading software services organizations. Naren holds a Masters in Engineering from a US university. Naren has helped setup the Physicians Chapter as well as numerous counseling sessions with Immigration Attorneys. His handle is sertasheep and he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pratik has an MBA degree from a US university and MSc degree from India
Puneet is an Endocrinologist practicing in a major urban health care system located in an underserved area. He graduated from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and has trained at NYU and the Mayo Clinic. He leads the Minnesota chapter of IV and is currently helping build the IV-Physicians chapter. He recently filed a National Interest Waiver, after USCIS finally accepted the eligibility of specialist physicians for the program. The delayed priority date however, means a long wait for a green card. He lives in the twin cities with his wife (who is pursuing a PhD) and their 3 year old daughter.His IV handle is 'Paskal'.
Rajatish Mukherjee is a Software Developer in one of the world's largest software companies. He came to US in the year 1999. In Mar 2005, his employer started his green card application; his labor certification is still pending at the
Sivakanth Mundru is a Senior Technical Consultant with a top multinational data storage company. He advises his customers on innovative business continuity, disaster recovery, backup and network attached storage solutions. He has a Masters in Computer Science from George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. At Immigration Voice, Sivakanth leads the effort on strategy, advocacy and grassroots initiatives. He planned and organized the flower campaign in Jul 2007, which resulted in the visa bulletin reversal in July-2007, allowing approximately 700,000 highly skilled immigrants to file for their permanent residency. In September 2007, he led the effort to organize peaceful rally of thousands of highly skilled immigrants from across the country on the Washington DC mall. Sivakanth regularly meets with the aides and members of US House and Senate advocating Congressional support for US Competitiveness and Innovation. In September 2007 and June 2010, he organized, coordinated, executed and led the lobby days involving over 150 Immigration Voice members conducting over 200 Congressional meetings in Washington DC. Sivakanth, his wife and son live in Fairfax, VA. His Immigration Voice handle is nixstor. He can be reached at email@example.com
Sukhchain Sigh is accomplished Project Manager and Architect with the one of the largest Construction management company in the world. Sukhchain came to US in 2004 and he has been one of the key leaders of the organization. His expertise with grassroots, messaging, fundraising and logistics has been key for the success of many events organized in Washington, D.C. In 2006, Sept- 2007, June-2010 and April-2011, Sukhchain has provided valuable leadership for planning, organizing and execution of vital and most difficult functions of the organization. Sukhchain regularly meets with the staff and members of US House and Senate advocating Congressional support for US Competitiveness and Innovation. Sukhchain and his family received their green card in 2011 but he continues to believe the potential and positive externalities of high skilled immigration, this belief drives and motivates him to continue to be a community leader in finding meaningful solution to the complicated high-skilled immigration problems. Sukhchain lives with his family and two sons in Maryland. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Xiheng is a software engineer helping develop trading platforms in the financial industry. He didn't want to be stuck in a position where he didn't see much career growth, especially hindered by a BEC'ed labor certification, and therefore, he joined a new company that sponsored his
Apart from the above mentioned core members these members are also active in the core team: learning01, snowang, english_august an gsc999. We also have many more of our team members working at the various state chapters.
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