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ATA Board Meeting - Princeton, NJ

ATA Board Meeting

American Telugu Association (ATA) had a Board meeting in Princeton, New Jersey on Saturday February 6th, 2016 to discuss the upcoming 2016 ATA Conference and Youth Convention in Chicago, IL and also other important matters. Board filled the vacant trustee positions with Dr. Meher Medavaram, Bhuvanesh Boojala, Murali Bommanaveni, Vijay Kundur and Dr. Rajeshwar Tekmal. Secretary Madhu Bommineni took the oath from the newly appointed trustees. Board also appointed Chandrasekhar Reddy Palvai as Chicago Conference Convener and Krishna K. Reddy as Conference Director.

Board also appointed Vinod Koduru as Treasurer, Anil Boddireddy as Conference Adhoc Committee Member, Maheedar Reddy Musukula as office Coordinator and Jayendar Annam as International Coordinator. All positions were unanimously approved by the board.

Chicago Conference team updated the board of the conference progress. Convener Chandrasekhar Reddy, Coordinator Kamala Chimata and Conference Director KK Reddy gave presentations and assured the board of the excellent progress they are making. All conference committees were formed and committee chairs, co-chairs expressed excitement to work towards the Silver Jubilee Conference.

President Sudhakar Perkari and the board members thanked the entire Conference team for a wonderful progress they are making. During the board meeting several regions finalized the fundraising dates for their cities.

President Elect Karunakar Asireddy gave a brief presentation of ATA Vedukalu and Charity work done in various districts in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in December 2015.

Board meeting was attended by several ATA past and present leadership, entire team of North East and many ATA team members from VA, DC, MD, GA, NC and IL.

Meeting concluded with an upbeat mood and excitement for conference preparations. Board thanked the entire New Jersey and New York team for their wonderful hospitality and for making everyone feel at home.

Thank you,

Madhu Bommineni