Tanaz Choudhury Is Proof That Women Can Have It All

In June 2014, I had the honor of attending the South Asian Young Women Entrepreneur (SAY WE) “Raise, Rise, Rule!” conference in Houston. There I met Tanaz Choudhury, CEO and president of MABY USA and Chief Operating Officer of TanChes Group of Companies & MABY USA, and a panelist in the “Making Dollars & Sense: Let’s Talk Money” panel.

L.A. Times’ New Managing Editor Mitra Kalita Continues to Prove: Women Can Do it All

If you asked 38-year-old Indian-American journalist and published author Mitra Kalita to list her accomplishments on a resume, it would undoubtedly be an extensive list punctuated by semicolons and multi-adjective phrases. To say the newly appointed managing editor of editorial strategy at the L.A. Times and former executive editor at Quartz has managed to make a name for herself in the industry, is to state the somewhat obvious.

Gauthami Vemula on Wheatish Complexion and Child Abuse

Gauthami Vemula is the Founder and Managing Partner of Color Me Safe, LLC, a family crisis consulting firm committed to protecting children and families of North Texas by offering guidance and solutions for child welfare and protection issues.

Indian-American Fashion Designer Tina Tandon on her Career, Inspiration and Collections

You may not recognize the name yet, but South Asian designer Tina Tandon will be a household name soon enough. The U.S. born designer began her career at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and upon completion of her studies, Tina worked at well-known companies such as Escada, Christian Lacroix, and West Elm.

Mrs. India International 2014: Journey From Doctor To Pageantry Winner

Arthy Saravanan was born in Kanyakumari, a small village in the southern tip of India. She did her primary schooling in Muscat, Oman and subsequently moved to Toronto, Canada to pursue further studies.

Author Tanuja Desai Hidier Writes Sequel To ‘Born Confused’

It’s been twelve years since author Tanuja Desai Hidier penned “Born Confused,” the breakthrough novel in young South Asian American literature. In the much-awaited sequel, “Bombay Blues,” Dimple finds herself far from her home of New York City. She travels to Bombay with her family to attend her cousin’s wedding, but the trip ends up meaning much more than she anticipated.

Abbas Hashmi Fills Immigration Gap Through Finance

Abbas Hashmi is not afraid to take risks. As a child, his father taught him to recognize his dreams and make firm decisions based on his goals. When Hashmi discovered the need for a new kind of American immigration advisor, he took a chance on it.

From Rakhis to Forever Rakhis

Jitin Hingorani and Meeta Manglani are the creators and founder of Forever Rakhi, a company that gives men an all-year-long fashion forward rakhi. BG Syeda gets the inside scoop on the conception of the brand and the unique design of their signature product.