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RK Panditi, living in Plano, Texas for over two decades is the President and CEO of Eagle Capital Management. When he left India in 1980 he wanted to see 29 countries around the World and fulfilled this dream by exploring over 30 countries. His educational background is a double major Master’s in Industrial Engineering Management and Statistics.

He was instrumental in starting and participating in many nonprofit organizations. He has served as President and Chairman,Board of Trustees in Telugu Association of North Texas, He has served as President of DFW Hindu Temple Society and he is partof many other organizations including DFW Indian Cultural Society. He has Stage Managed and coordinated over 125 various Dance Debuts of youngsters in Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, and Odissi Classical Indian dances. He has received many recognitions including National Community Leadership Excellence Award from North American Telugu Association(NATA). Community Excellence Award from Trishna Kuchipudi Dance Academy – Hyderabad, India.

He has served in many organizational events for his friends and family in various occasions to help support in every way possible. He was taught by his parents to follow the slogan of “Selfish interest to serve selflessly” meaning

दुसर􀉉का सेवाकरना ह􀈣 अपना 􀃨वर􀁛द् समजतेहुवे काम करो । इसीमे सम􀉮ृ 􀍬ध और सुख है | Jai Hind.

Ekam USA Youth Ambassador

On June 2nd, 2018, a day that dawned to be gloomy and rainy, the youth ambassadors of Ekam, Charlotte, kicked off their maiden venture  with the goal of raising funds for their adopted village Sorpanandal in Thiruvannamalai district. The three kids, Nirmal Rajendran, Soorya Vasan and Varun Murlidhar had set a modest target. They aimed to raise at least 50$ that day. The money would go towards meeting the needs of the Anganwadi at Sorpanandal. The venue chosen was a health seminar that dealt with the growing epidemic of obesity and was organized by the Tamil Sangam of Charlotte at Gandhi Bhavan. The kids made a beautiful poster which showcased the work done by the Ekam foundation in India. They set up a stall and sold glasses of mango milkshake and buttermilk, vegan and gluten free cookies for a modest price of 1$ per glass/ pack of cookies  to the seminar attendees.

EKAM USA Participated in Giving Tuesday 2017

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