Tulsi Gabbard + Chandrika Tandon
Women in leadership on creating change
Friday, November 16, 2018
7:00 PM–8:30 PM
Tulsi Gabbard—the first Hindu to be elected to Congress, representing Hawaii’s second district since 2013—joins in conversation with Chandrika Tandon, a Grammy-nominated artist, humanitarian, and business leader. Their discussion will center on what values and insights our society needs to adopt in forging social and environmental policy for a sustainable future.
I chose to take the oath of office with my personal copy of the Bhagavad Gita because its teachings have inspired me to be a servant-leader, dedicating my life in the service of others and to my country. —Tulsi Gabbard
About the Speakers
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is serving her third term in the United States House representing Hawaii’s Second District, which includes rural OÊ»ahu and all of the neighbor islands, and serves on the House Armed Services and Foreign Affairs Committees. She previously served on the Honolulu City Council, and prior to that at age 21, the HawaiÊ»i State Legislature as the youngest person ever elected in the state. Tulsi Gabbard continues to serve as a Major in the HawaiÊ»i Army National Guard.
Chandrika Tandon is a business leader, humanitarian, and Grammy-nominated artist. A former partner at McKinsey & Company, she chairs Tandon Capital Associates, the Krishnamurthy Tandon Foundation, and Soul Chants Music, with four albums to her credit.
Chandrika serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees at New York University, Chairman of the Board of NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and on Stern Business School and NYU Langone boards. She sits on the Board of Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, and on the President’s Council at Berklee School of Music and Yale.
She has also received multiple honors and medals.
Member Tickets: $28.00
Student Tickets: $14.00
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