International Concierge Team - June 20
Join us every third Thursday morning at 7:15 a.m. for our monthly Roundtable discussion!
This month's topic: Welcome the US India Chamber of Commerce DFW
Featuring: Neel Gonuguntla, president
and other members of the US India Chamber of Commerce DFW
Mrs. Gonuguntla is also an active community volunteer dedicating her time to causes including women’s empowerment, inner-city education, and foreign aid. Currently, she serves on the boards of the following organizations:
Neel Gonuguntla serves as the President of the US India Chamber of Commerce Dallas Fort Worth (USICOC). The USICOC is a 501(c)(6) that is dedicated to supporting professional, business and economic development throughout the Dallas Fort Worth area. The USICOC also facilitates trade between India and the North Texas area by connecting member companies with resources to aid in their successful expansions.
As President, Ms. Gonuguntla oversees strategic planning activities for the Chamber in addition to providing oversight of daily operations including, but not limited to, member services, event management and fundraising for the organization. Under her leadership, the Chamber has grown its member participation by 34% and event-based activity by 40%.
Prior to joining the Chamber, Mrs. Gonuguntla served as President of ReadyToWork®, an education and workforce development consulting company where she oversaw the streamlining of operations and the creation of new revenue streams. She managed teams of remote employees, supervised all business development and operations, and provided legal and regulatory oversight.
Mrs. Gonuguntla received her education from Boston University and Baylor University where she earned her Bachelors in Political Science and her J.D./M.B.A, respectively. She is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas and is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Dallas Bar Association as well as the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.
- COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF THE DALLAS REGION which supports the education and well-being of over 10,000 at-risk youth attending Dallas area public schools
- ERIK JONSSON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEAN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL which serves over 7,000 students in the Dallas area
- KERA COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD which serves in an advisory role to staff and Board of Directors, helping KERA/KXT to better understand and respond to community needs and interests regarding programming and services
- US GLOBAL LEADERSHIP COALITION which provides support for the United States’ diplomatic and development efforts among both politicians and the public