Washington, DC – The Global Indian Professional Network (GIPN) is kicking off it’s Career Refresher Series with a panel discussion from 1:30 to 3:30pm ET, on May 6. The event will take place in Belmont Meeting Room, Howard County Library System’s Elkridge Branch, Maryland.
With a mission to facilitate discussion, foster collaboration, and be a professional development resource for all career professionals of Indian origin, GIPN is a learning community that provides individuals in the pursuit of taking their career to the next level with the inspiration, knowledge, and connections to reach their full potential.
“We establish a credible and trusted platform for the exchange of innovative ideas and approaches for professional advancement in any field of endeavor,” said Jay Polaki.
Outlining a vision Polaki added, “With so many ways to network today, we’re dedicated to using the options that are right for you and your career/business. We can make sure Indian-origin professionals across the globe have the chance to find you and see what you need and what you have to offer. Our dedication shows in everything we do!”
Tomorrow’s event will provide attendees the opportunity to connect with experienced career professionals from diverse fields, refresh their career skills, participate in a panel discussion, and enjoy a great afternoon of information sharing and networking. The panel of experts for tomorrow’s discussion include:
Chandra Subbavarapu CEO, ValsaTech Corp
Dr. Deepan Chatterjee, Clinical Psychologist, and Author
Dhaval Shah, Candidate for Howard County Democratic Central Committee
Jayshree Rathod, Owner, Vedic SPA
Rakhi De, Owner, Beltsville and Parkland Pharmacies
Renuka Iyer, HR Global Director, World Resources Institute
Founded in 2016, GIPN is a non-profit organization which has grown into a respected network of Indian-origin professionals across the globe.