Women Who Win Announces its Advisory Board That Includes Multiple South Asian Leaders From Around the World

From left to right: Dr. Deepa Jhaveri, Dr. Manju Sheth and Shaleen Sheth
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BOSTON–Women Who Win, a Boston-based non-profit organization that is taking the lead in giving women around the world a platform to share their story, make connections, mentor, and be a part of a dynamic women’s community, announced its new Advisory Board that includes multiple South Asian leaders from around the world.

Founded by three South Asian women in the Boston area, Dr. Manju Sheth, Dr. Deepa Jhaveri, and Shaleen Sheth, the organization has thousands of members and has readership and engagement in over 80 countries. Since its inception in June 2020, Women Who Win has been supported and done collaborations with renowned institutions, including Bank of America, Linkedin, Asian American Commission, Akshaya Patra USA, Asian Community Fund- Boston Foundation, among others.

The founders said they are excited to bring this board together as they believe this will be crucial for the future growth and vision of the organization.

“We are thrilled to bring this board together to continue our mission in empowering the personal and professional lives of women and girls around the world,” Women Who Win said in a statement. “We are bringing diverse women leaders across different industries and backgrounds to help drive the Women Who Win mission forward. Each board member represents the deep spirit and multifaceted nature of Women Who Win.”

Founder Shaleen Sheth said: “I am excited to bring such a dynamic group of women together. What really sets this board apart is the diversity in backgrounds. Our board members have had such different career paths – architects, business leaders, technologists, healthcare leaders.  As one of our youngest co-founders, I think this board will help us reach more young professionals and new audiences. We hope you join our organization, and become a part of our community.”

Women Who Win is centered around being an inclusive, free, and accessible platform [i.e. the platform for the  daily dreamer] Please check out their Advisory Board Members, and join them on social media below.

Meet the Advisory Board: https://www.womenwhowin100.com/board-of-advisors.


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