Shahnaz Taplin-Chinoy

Director at International Relief & Development, Inc.

Shahnaz Taplin-Chinoy

Shahnaz Taplin-Chinoy

Director at International Relief & Development, Inc.

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Shahnaz Taplin is on the board of International Relief & Development, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at International Relief And Development Us, Inc.

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Director at International Relief & Development, Inc.

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Chairman at International Relief And Development Us, Inc.

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Partner at Sanderson Berry Co.

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Principal at Maroon Peak Advisors

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Director at International Relief & Development, Inc.

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Former Secretary at The Grundy Foundation

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Treasurer & Director at International Relief & Development, Inc.

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Of Counsel at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

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Vice President at The Cohen Group LLC

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Director at International Relief & Development, Inc.
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International Relief & Development, Inc. provides cost effective relief and development programs. It offers democracy, governance and community development, economic growth, emergency response, health and hygiene, as well as rebuilding infrastructure. The company was founded by Dr. Arthur B. Keys Jr. in 1998 and is headquartered in Arlington, Arlington, VA.

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DELIVER INNOVATIVE, EVIDENCED-BASED, LOCALLY DRIVEN SOLUTIONS THAT ADVANCE THE ASPIRATIONS OF PEOPLE, COMMUNITIES AND DONOR PARTNERS WORLDWIDE.

Director
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TO DELIVER INNOVATIVE, EVIDENCE-BASED, LOCALLY DRIVEN SOLUTIONS THAT ADVANCE THE ASPIRATIONS OF PEOPLE, COMMUNITIES AND DONOR PARTNERS WORLDWIDE.

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2017

The American India Foundation founded in 2001, is a nonprofit American organization that is devoted to accelerating social and economic change in India. The AIF has partnered with 227 of India’s NGOs to build a trusted network for implementation, scale, and sustainability while raising over $84 million since its inception. It is one of the largest secular, non-partisan American organizations supporting development work in India. AIF awards grants to education, livelihood, and public health projects in India – with emphases on elementary education, women’s empowerment, and HIV/AIDS, respectively. AIF has a program called Digital Equalizer which attempts to bridge the digital divide by providing computers, internet access and training to under-resourced Indian schools. It also funds the Service Corps Fellowship, renamed the William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service to India on May 11, 2009, which sends skilled young Americans to work with NGOs in India for a ten-month period. The fellowship helps exchange technical skills, intellectual resources and helps increase the capacity of Indian NGOs to continue their work while giving American leaders a good understanding of India. The American India Foundation was founded by a group of Indian-Americans responding to the 2001 Gujarat earthquake. Former United States President Bill Clinton serves as the Honorary Chair, and has been involved in a number of AIF events; he was asked to get involved with the group by Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the wake of the earthquake.

$100 - $499
2014

To partner with higher education to elevate the civic priority of interfaith cooperation.

$1,000 - $4,999
2014

The American India Foundation founded in 2001, is a nonprofit American organization that is devoted to accelerating social and economic change in India. The AIF has partnered with 227 of India’s NGOs to build a trusted network for implementation, scale, and sustainability while raising over $84 million since its inception. It is one of the largest secular, non-partisan American organizations supporting development work in India. AIF awards grants to education, livelihood, and public health projects in India – with emphases on elementary education, women’s empowerment, and HIV/AIDS, respectively. AIF has a program called Digital Equalizer which attempts to bridge the digital divide by providing computers, internet access and training to under-resourced Indian schools. It also funds the Service Corps Fellowship, renamed the William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service to India on May 11, 2009, which sends skilled young Americans to work with NGOs in India for a ten-month period. The fellowship helps exchange technical skills, intellectual resources and helps increase the capacity of Indian NGOs to continue their work while giving American leaders a good understanding of India. The American India Foundation was founded by a group of Indian-Americans responding to the 2001 Gujarat earthquake. Former United States President Bill Clinton serves as the Honorary Chair, and has been involved in a number of AIF events; he was asked to get involved with the group by Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the wake of the earthquake.

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