Team

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Neha Ghai - ACC

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Neha has been volunteering with Vibha since early 2012 and has helped in organizing events and was IT Lead for Atlanta Action Center. She moved to Atlanta in 2012 and now she lives in Charlotte, NC where she got the opportunity to start Vibha Charlotte chapter.  She has volunteered for Rotary Club where she is helping her father in the project of “100% Literacy” in the village of Gujarat.

Neha was in Sydney Australia for 5 years and and holds a Master Degree in IT Management from Sydney University. She is fun loving person and in her free time she likes to travel, watch movies and partying. Her hobbies are swimming, reading and outdoor hiking.  

Divya Saxena Darbari - VRC

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Divya is a senior HR Business partner and Communications Trainer. She has an undergraduate degree from India in Political science specializing in International Politics and is also an MBA from India specializing in Human Resources and Marketing. She has over 15 Years of experience in Human resources working across various industries.

Among other things she enjoys working with underprivileged kids. She has been teaching poor kids in india free of cost from a very young age and has done some accomplished work. She is very passionate about "giving it back to the community" and  feels Vibha is a great resource to do so.

She currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with her family and loves to spend time being outdoors, listening to music, cooking and volunteering whenever possible.

Priyanka Boocha - Event Lead

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I am a Software Engineer by profession and have a Master's degree in Software Engineering from Auburn University. I call Hyderabad, India home but currently reside in Charlotte, NC with my husband. When I am not building software, I like to travel and explore new places and cultures.

Vibha appealed to me because it is a means to give back to my homeland by empowering and educating its future citizens.  I have served on boards of student organizations in the past and find volunteering opportunities extremely rewarding. They help me connect with amazing people who want to make a difference in other people's lives. 

Pallavi Crowe - Publicity Lead

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Currently I am a stay at home mom but most recently have been working as a Project Manager for a major IT Consulting company.  
My dream is to eliminate poverty and end human trafficking in India and all over the world.  I believe one person can make a difference.   I have 3 children, one biological son who is 11 and 2 twin adopted daughters age 6.  We chose to adopt because it broke my heart to hear that girls are sold for as little as $1 due to financial and other reasons.  I want to give back to my mother land and do something that can make a difference.  I want mine and my future generations to leave a legacy they can be proud of.  

Puja Rattan - Finance Lead

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Puja has a Master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Lucknow, India and is completing her PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte (UNCC). Puja is also president of UNCC's Mathematics Graduate Student Association (MGSA) and has sucessfully led the group for the past 3 years. Prior to starting her PhD, Puja has over 10 years of experience teaching mathematics to middle & high school students both in India and the USA. She currently teaches undergraduate students at UNCC and received the best graduate teaching assistant (GTA) award in Fall of 2014. She is very enthusiastic and a fun loving person. Puja has outstanding leadership and organizational skills. In her free time she loves to meet people, make new friends and get involved in activities like hiking, camping & swimming etc. In 2014, she created a social meet-up group DIVA's for Indian women in Charlotte. She has hosted many events to bring the Charlotte Indian women community together.  She is soon planning to start a support group for women to help each other by sharing their ideas and experiences.  She is very passionate about her work and takes full responsibility of the task that is given to her.