BURLINGTON, MA—The Gujarati Association of New England, a non-profit community organization known as Gurjar, has elected Burlington-resident Saroj Madhani as its new president, a new executive committee and new office bearers.
Ms. Madhani, who replaces Ramila Thakkar, has been working with Gurjar for over 10 years. She started as an executive committee member, vice president and now a president of Gurjar.
She has been also volunteering with India Circle of Caring (ICC) booths explaining various activities of ICC to visitors. In addition, she also volunteered at Jain Center of Greater Boston (JCGB) and Jain Sangh of New England (JSNE) at various events, cooking and teaching dance for special programs.
Ms. Madhani’s professional experience is primarily in banking industry for over 24 years with Eastern Bank and DCU.
“Gurjar’s success is dedicated to team of volunteers, committee members and it’s leadership,” Ms. Madhani told INDIA New England News. “As a new president of Gurjar, I will continue to engage our team in enhancing successful programs, bring new program ideas and serve New England community with fun filled cultural and entertainment events, and continue to extend our help to non-profit organizations.”
Following are Gurjar officers and directors:
President – Saroj Madhani
Vice President- Bharat Shah
Secretary- Rachana Shah
Treasurer- Parul Sanghvi
Directors: Kinjal Mistry, Maya Shah, Deval Kamdar, Nila Pancholi, Pallav Shah, Nilu Jariwala, Premal Trivedi, Shrenik Shah, and Hina Shah.