At just 17 years old, Revant Kasichainula, a high school student hailing from Fremont, has become a driving force in the pursuit of a more just society, collaborating with IACF to advance their grassroots initiatives. His dedication shone brightly as he took the helm of IACF’s recent panel discussion on modern solutions for gender equity. The conversation, graced by luminaries like Sheryl Brinkley, Ruth Yong, Connie LaScola, Ramesh Konda, and Harmesh Kumar on July 23rd, 2023 delved into the cutting-edge strides in gender equality and the collective responsibilities of our community.
Indo-American Community Federation (IACF-USA), a nonprofit public benefit corporation organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Laws of California for charitable purposes. Jeevan Zutshi of Fremont, California founded the organization in 1993 because he saw a dire need for Indo-Americans to get involved in mainstream America to work on issues affecting them in their adopted land. The purpose of the non-profit is to bring entire diversity together to address serious issues facing the community at large; promote understanding and positive relations through seminars and conventions; provide financial assistance to needy and deserving individuals.
We are particularly pleased with the efforts shown by young rising youth leader Revant Kasichainula in promoting Gender Equity and bringing esteemed panel together said Jeevan Zhutshi, Founder of IACF.