About me

Anju Bhargava is a risk and strategic business transformation executive. She was the only Hindu American appointed to White House's Inaugural Advisory Council on Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships and Secretary's Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council and was the only Indian-American to serve in the Clinton administration's Community Builder Fellowship initiative. She is the founder of Hindu American Seva Communities, which has become a national movement for Hindu faith-based community service programs addressing social justice issues. A Vedantic teacher, she strives to combine philosophy and practice from a contemporary view and is active in interfaith collaboration. She was a founding member of the New Jersey Corporate Diversity Network, former president of Asian Indian Women in America, and a Trustee of Council for a Parliament of World Religions. Bhargava is a graduate of Stella Maris College, Madras University India, and Rutgers University.

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Georgetown University - Berkley CenterThis posting is part of a collection addressing the nexus of women, religion, and the family. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Berkley Center or WFDD. The goal of the entire collection is to generate discussion around these important topics.