BURLINGTON, MA– As the institution of marriage changes and dynamics of personal relationships evolve, INDIA New England News is bringing its first-ever keynote speaker for the 9th annual Spring Wedding Expo: matchmaker and dating coach Jasbina Ahluwalia. The expo, which is free to all attendees, will be held on Sunday, April 30, at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.
An Indian-American attorney turned entrepreneur, Ahluwalia is a relationship expert, matchmaker and dating coach. Pioneering a unique approach to matchmaking, which blends the best of the East and West, Ahluwalia adds a valuable contribution to the matchmaking industry.
Madan, local community activist and TV Asia reporter, will moderate the discussion.
“We have all heard the phrase—‘marriages are made in heaven.’ We have all as Indian women grown up with the most romantic notion of finding a soul mate and being married forever. But the institution of marriage has changed and evolved over time,” said Madan. “And, it is extremely important for all generations to understand and accept the change. I am so looking forward to see what this session brings.”
Madan said this session is for everyone from a teenager who has just begun exploring relationships to happily married couples and from to divorcees and widowed—anyone looking for a meaningful relationship and how to find it.
Ahluwalia is the Founder and President of Palo Alto, Calif-based Intersections Match by Jasbina, the only premier matchmaking and dating coaching firm for Indian singles in the US, Canada and the UK.
In her talk, Ahluwalia will discuss the issues she has encountered on modern love and marriage through her firm’s clients, such as the differing issues that arise in dating as a person gets older.
Through her blended approach of Eastern and Western practices, Ahluwalia will show attendees how to succeed in finding love, wherever they are. She has previously published columns with INDIA New England News on topics such as how to succeed in dating while pursuing a career and how to escape the dreaded ‘friend zone’.
A finalist in OPRAH’S search for a TV Host, Ahluwalia has also been featured in the New York Times, San Jose Mercury News, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post and Entrepreneur Magazine. She has also moderated/participated on panels at Harvard Business School, Wharton, Northwestern and Columbia.
Ahluwalia previously practiced law in San Francisco and Chicago. She earned her B.A/M.A. in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University, and JD from the University of Michigan Law School.
The Spring Wedding Expo is on April 30th, 2017 from 11: 00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. It is free to all attendees but they must pre-register. For more information and to register for FREE, please visit Desi Bridal News or INDIA New England News.
The expo is organized jointly by INDIA New England News and Desi Bridal News.