“North Carolina’s Diversity: One Person’s Experience as a Second Generation Immigrant”
Sunday, February 28 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm
International Focus invites our members to enjoy an evening that promises rousing conversation with old friends, connections with new friends, and an opportunity to avail themselves to a new way of looking at diversity and the American experience.
On Sunday, February 28th, IF Members Tilak and Aruna Shah are hosting a cocktail party and discussion on the theme “North Carolina’s Diversity: One Person’s Experience as a Second Generation Immigrant”. After the social hour, special guest, Mr. Jay Chaudhuri will speak briefly on his experiences with Mr. Todd Culpepper moderating. A short Q&A will follow.
Jay Chaudhuri was a 2003 German Marshall Fellow, serves on the advisory board of Elon Law, and is a current candidate for state Senate. He has served as a Special Counselor to the Attorney General and later as General Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor to the Treasurer for the State of North Carolina. He has also taught as adjunct law professor for North Carolina Central University and is on the Harvard Institutional Investor Advisory Board. Most recently he has served as Chair of the Council of Institutional Investors, an association of pension funds with combined assets of more than $3 trillion that serves as the leading voice for effective corporate governance and strong shareholder rights.
For more information about this event, please contact Sam Lasris, and a formal invitation with address, driving directions and special details will be sent to you.
Not an International Focus Member? For more details on the benefits of membership in International Focus and how to become a member, contact Sam Lasris or see our Become A Member page. As a member of International Focus, you will not only enjoy complementary access to events like these but discounted entry to other special events we host and chances to engage with emerging leaders, entrepreneurs, and dignitaries from North Carolina and across the globe.