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
Like so many successful men and women, celebrated entrepreneur, philanthropist and social activist Aditya Jha started from modest means. He was born in southern Nepal in 1958, and was raised along with his three brothers and two sisters in a village that straddled the border between India and Nepal. His father, a lawyer, practiced in
Rick Waugh, Aditya Jha and John Stackhouse recognized at Champions of Public Education Tribute Dinner
Foundation's chairman Dr. Aditya Jha is pleased to share that he will be hosting the celebrations and National tribute for legendary Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso. The gala dinner is organized by the Canadian Ballet Youth Ensemble.
Life of a Legend – Celebration of Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso's 90th Birthday
Location: Monday, December 6th at 6.30pm, Hamilton Place/Studio Theatre
We invite you to a discussion on "Toronto’s Changing Face of Philanthropy" organized by the 'Social Venture Partners Toronto'. Our Chairman Mr. Aditya Jha will be a featured speaker along with Helen Burstyn (Chair of the Ontario Trillium Foundation) and Salah Bachir(President of Cineplex Media).
THUNDER BAY, TORONTO, ON, Aug. 14 /CNW/ – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Stan Beardy, together with POA Educational Foundation Chairman Aditya Jha, is pleased to announce today the eight NAN participants and mentor organizations for Project Beyshick 2009 – a unique mentoring program that pairs NAN First Nation entrepreneurs with mentors from the
THUNDER BAY, ON Tuesday July 21, 2009: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Stan Beardy is appealing to businesses leaders to participate in a unique mentoring program that pairs NAN First Nation entrepreneurs with mentors from the Toronto business community as he officially launched Project Beyshick 2009 today.
Aditya Jha, a non-resident Nepali and successful Canadian Entrepreneur, visited Arya Tara School on October 16, 2008 and presented 15 children’s laptop computers to students at Nuns' Welfare Foundations Arya Tara School.
Prashant Pathak, Senior Advisor of the POA Educational Foundation has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC). Prashant advises the foundation on issues pertaining to social venture capital and entrepreneurship. He currently leads the First Nations Social Venture Capital Fund (SVCF) initiative of the foundation. Prashant is also active with Project Beyshick, that nutures entrepreneurship amongst the first nations youth.
The POA Educational Foundation is looking for volunteers in Canada and Nepal who have interest in, and are able to help with the e-Infrastructure Project. Volunteers in Canada may have the opportunity to travel to Nepal to help set-up the infrastructure, define required processes and required training around this project.