Indispire is a Canadian aboriginal lead organization that invests heavily in the education of Indigenous people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. Mr. Aditya Jha has been appointed to the Board of Directors of this incredible organization. The organization is lead by the iconic Roberta Jamieson, and has a star
Rick Waugh, Aditya Jha and John Stackhouse recognized at Champions of Public Education Tribute Dinner
Aditya Jha, POA Educational Foundation's chairman will participate as a panelist on "A Cross Cultural Dialogue: Exploring Reconciliation through Philanthropy" on Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (EDT) in Toronto, ON.
I am grateful to all of you for your generosity with your kindness. I am blessed; I am humbled; and am extremely happy for getting Canada’s highest civilian honour, Order of Canada.
Good afternoon and welcome to you all for coming together to celebrate the spirit of GIVING and SHARING. Our presence here is the testimony of our awareness of engaging ourselves for larger social causes. The title of my presentation is “South Asian Philanthropy: Training or Tuning”.
OTTAWA — His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced today that POA Educational Foundation's chair Adtya Jha has been appointed a member to the Order of Canada along with 90 other Canadians. These appointments were made on the recommendation of the Advisory Council for the Order of Canada.
Toronto native Ashutosh Jha has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, which honours outstanding men and women from Canada. Jha, a creative and social entrepreneur, currently serves as the Director of Projects for the POA Educational Foundation, which promotes education, nurtures entrepreneurship and strengthens civil governance. The foundation takes special interest in
Mr. Aditya Jha was featured in Canada Diaspora film which was shown at the Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2012. This film, one of a 10-part film series on the Indian Diaspora, is the story of Canada’s Indian Diaspora that has come full tilt…from not having voting rights at the turn of the 20th century, to becoming