Mother Theresa’s quote defines my passion for Annapurna and our mission: Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.
Promoting wellness by providing basic necessities as food helps reduce human suffering. What better way to find connectivity with each other and our purpose in life?
Gratefully, Annapurna allows us a path in this direction.
Vandna is a Pharmacist with the Public Health Service/FDA, whose mission is to protect, promote, and advance the health of the nation.
“Think of giving not as a duty but as a privilege.” ―John D. Rockefeller Jr.
To be a part of Annapurna is a privilege that Suhela enjoys. Previously, she was the Secretary of the Rotaract Club of Delhi, a youth wing of the Rotary club. As part of Annapurna, she feels fortunate to be able to continue to help serve the community and help fight hunger.
As a professional, she is Vice President Operations at Privatin Consulting, LLC. Her interests include reading and traveling.
Geetha Rangachar works as a programmer Analyst at Montgomery College. She has been volunteering at Annapurna since 2016.. She coordinates donations from her family and friends and is grateful for their support. In her free time, Geetha enjoys South Indian classical music and gardening.
Usha Krishnamurthy is proud to be part of Annapurna, which provides a great helping hand to the needy folks
in our local community. She believes that giving food to people is the best service anyone can provide. She works as an IT Project Manager at a federal agency. When she is not busy feeding her family, she loves to make jewelry, watch TV and travel with her husband.
"Hands that serve are holier than lips that pray" - Sai Baba
This has been Hema’s creed from the time she was a schoolgirl collecting funds and materials for villagers in rural Uttar Pradesh. She feels blessed to be a part of Annapurna as it has given her the opportunity to continue to serve the needy. Hema is a Senior Director at Hughes Network Systems. She is a Jill of many trades, with interests ranging from music, dance, painting, reading, sewing and traveling.
Sharada feels very fortunate to have been involved with Annapurna and its members since the beginning. She is passionate about fighting world hunger and poverty and feels blessed that Annapurna has given her the opportunity to do just that and to give back to the community. Sharada works as a Senior Accountant with the National Association of Broadcasters. She loves to listen to music, reading, travelling, gardening and spending time with family and friends.