Smita Shah Interview and the Delhi Committee

Smita Shah Background 

 

World business leaders Smita Shah, Lori Lightfoot, Senator Dick Durbin, Amy Eshelman, and others gathered at the 2019 Legacy of Mahatma Gandhi luncheon. They celebrated over 150 years to Gandhi’s legacy. Furthermore, the fifth anniversary of the conference marks his efforts towards improving civil rights globally. This was also the day Mayor Lightfoot decreed the celebration of Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy of Indian culture; everyone was to appreciate the cultural background of his work. 

 

Smitah Shah, President of SPAAN Tech, congratulated the event, stating that is was “an honor to observe the Indian-American culture in Chicago.” SPANN tech is a company that focuses on construction and engineering. Additionally, the focus of SPAAN Tech is overseen by a woman with a passion for business education. Smitah showed early signs of success in 1998 when she launched SPAAN Tech. It was ranked as one of the fastest-growing private companies out of 5,000. That’s not all. Her achievements include being the most connected entrepreneur in Chicago, Young Civil Engineer of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalist, and Community Leader of the Year. 

 

She serves on many public boards for organizations. Her achievements and dedication to human welfare are recognized nationally. Even the White House honors her work. She continues to be a force among young professionals today. Learn more: https://about.me/smita.shah

 

The Delhi Committee and Culture

 

Delhi is a city in northern India and is recognized as Chicago’s sister town. The creation of the Delhi Committee saw diversification in Chicago. No one area was exclusive with its own culture. Rather, Indonesian influences were rampant throughout which inspired this committee. Benziga.com shares its inception like this; “…Under Shah’s leadership, the Delhi Committee of Chicago founded the Annual Legacy of Mahatma Gandhi Luncheon in 2014, honoring the long-standing exchange of ideas between Mahatma Gandhi and the U.S., and the ever-important principles of truth and non-violence.” Shah founded this organization in 2014. She successfully merged the two cultures and drew attraction to non-violent behavior. This organization promotes diplomacy, respect, cultural adaptation, and peaceful understanding between people. 

 

Conclusion 

 

Smita Shah’s career is expansive. Her vision for younger and older generations to coexist professionally lives on through the Delhi Committee in Chicago. Many lives were changed during the creation and celebration of Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy. SPAAN Tech continues to inspire people from all to chase their dreams and build a brighter future for all.

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