ATA Conducts International Women's Day across the nation
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American Telugu Association (ATA) has been conducted International Women's Day across the nation in many places. On March 11th this was celebrated in Nashville, Delaware and New Jersy and it will be followed with the other places soon.
American Telugu Association (ATA) and Indian Community of Nashville (ICON) conducted International Women's Day on March 11 th at Vanderbilt University in Nashville< Tennessee.
This wonderful event organized by ATA Nashville Women's form lead by Radhika Reddy, Lavanya Reddy, Bindu Madhavi, Sirisha Kesa, Rawali Kallu and many other women.
More than 400 women from diversified Indian and Non-Indian communities from Nashville attended this event. Excellent inspirational speeches and performances by women. Caterpillar's Vice president Mary Clements was a special guest. ATA Felicitated Monica Cooley, who is a very well known Bharatha Natyam teacher in Nashville and Pramoda Bhatt, who is 90 years old woman
It was a house full event with inspirational speeches from prominent local women leaders, lots of entertainment, DJ beats, shopping mela and spicy Indian food
ATA Nashville Regional Coordinator Narender Reddy Nookala, ATA Community Services Standing Committee Chair Ramakrishna Reddy Ala, ATA Foundation Projects Standing Committee Co chair Susheel Chanda and ATA Standing Committee Co chair Kishore Reddy Guduru attended this event.
Thanks to Monica Cooley, Mary Clemens, Mary Beth, Rachana Agarwal, Tanuja Reddy, Pramodji and all other prominent women who has spent their valuable time at the event and inspired other women.
Special thanks to the IWD women's committee and participants for their hardwork, planning and smooth implementation.
Thanks to ATA leadership, sponsors, Vanderbilt staff without whom this event wouldn't have been possible.