Conference Call with White House Council on Women and Girls


Association of Asian Indian Women in America

In Partnership with Secular and Faith Based Organizations

Invites the Indian American community for

A Conference Call with

Tina Tchen, Executive Director,

White House Council on Women and Girls,

Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Public Engagement at the White House

"The purpose of this Council is to ensure that American women and girls

are treated fairly in all matters of public policy."  President Obama

Come and learn about the Council and its work.

Share your concerns and ask your questions.

Wednesday, October 20th at 6:00 pm EST


Our featured speaker, Tina Tchen, will share with us the Council’s work and accomplishments thus far.  The Council’s mission is to ensure that agencies across the federal government, take into account the particular needs and concerns of women and girls.  

The conference call is free and open to all.  Tina will answer questions given at registration and from call participants.

In October, many community members, cultural and faith-based organizations will celebrate Navaratri, (a Hindu festival celebrating feminine strength - shakti).  October also is awareness month for Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence.  Come, learn, speak up, be empowered, strengthen your voice and your ShaktiSeva* .

Click here to register through our website. Tell us what is on your mind so your issues and concerns are addressed.  Once you RSVP we will send the call in number.  Questions: 

Secular and faith based community organization partners include National Federation of Indian American Associations, Asian American Hotel Owners Association, Association of Indians in America, Hindu American Seva Charities, Council of Temples, Apna Ghar, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and others.


RSVP - Conversation with Tina Tchen

Asian Indian Women in America (AIWA), Inc., the first, national, not-for-profit South Asian women’s organization, formed on August 15, 1980, in New York, focused on articulating and promoting concerns of women in North America. Currently AAIWA is reorganizing its operations.



Anju Bhargava,
Oct 20, 2010, 7:17 PM