Committed to creating the most powerful strategic partnership between the US and India.

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As the only independent not-for-profit institution dedicated to strengthening the US-India partnership in Washington D.C. and New Delhi, USISPF is the trusted partner for businesses, non-profit organizations, the diaspora, and the governments of India and the United States.

The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) is committed to creating the most powerful partnership between the United States and India. 

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Union Budget 2023 is a roadmap for stability, growth, says US-India Strategic Partnership Forum

Washington [US], February 1 (ANI): Reacting to India’s Union Budget 2023-2024, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of the US-India

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U.S.-India Alliance for Women’s Economic Empowerment: STEM Collaborative
The catalytic U.S.-India Alliance for Women’s Economic Empowerment STEM Collaborative aims to identify barriers and create opportunities for advancing women and girls in STEM in India. The Collaborative intends to work with leaders representing government, civil society and the private sector of both countries to foster dialogue and catalyze collaboration, resources, innovative solutions & knowledge sharing across sectors and between the United States and India.

Collaborative Objectives include:
  • Foster dialogue to achieve systems change and accelerate women’s leadership in STEM
  • Identify opportunities and constraints for investing in women led or co-founded tech start-ups.
  • Identify opportunities and obstacles to promote women and girls in STEM
  • Accelerate  U.S.-India Higher Education Cooperation to support women’s higher education in STEM 
  • Build bridges between corporations, philanthropic organizations and civil society to build effective corporate and philanthropic strategies to promote women in STEM
  • Raise public awareness of successful role models and career pathways to accelerate women in STEM

Collaborative Founders and Co-Chairs

Radhika Shah
CoPresident, Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs

Dr. Temina Madon
Co-founder, The Agency Fund

Collaborative Champions

Dr. Rajesh Gopakumar
Director International Center for Theoretical Sciences

Deepali Khanna
Vice President, MD Asia, Rockefeller Foundation

Michelle Nunn
President & CEO CARE USA

Cole Wibur
President Emeritus The Lucile Packard Foundation