News 2023

Happy Engineers Week!

Chapter: ASEI National

Hello  everyone, and happy Engineers Week!
On behalf of the American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin, I am thrilled to be here today to celebrate this special occasion with all of you. My name  is Piyush Malik, serving as the founding President of ASEI Silicon Valley and also the National Chair. It’s a milestone year for ASEI being the 40th year of our formation.
As we begin Engineers Week, we take time to celebrate the outstanding contributions of engineers to our society. This week is an opportunity for us to highlight the importance of engineering in our daily lives and to recognize the remarkable achievements of engineers across the United States.
Engineering is the backbone of our modern society. Engineers have played an integral role in designing, building, and maintaining the infrastructure that we all rely on every day. From the roads we drive on, to the buildings we work in, to the water we drink, engineers have helped to create the world we know and love.
This year's Engineers Week theme, "Imagining Tomorrow," encourages us to look to the future and the exciting possibilities that lie ahead. As we celebrate the achievements of engineers from the past, we must also look forward to the innovations that will shape our future.
ASEI  is committed to advancing the engineering profession and promoting the value of engineering to society. We believe that engineers are critical to solving the world's biggest challenges, from climate change to infrastructure modernization to public health and safety.
As we celebrate Engineers Week, we encourage everyone to consider the many opportunities that a career in engineering can provide. Whether you're a student just starting out or a seasoned professional looking for new challenges, engineering offers an incredible range of opportunities to make a positive impact on the world.
At the American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin, we are proud to support the engineering community through advocacy, education, and networking opportunities. We believe that by working together, we can continue to advance the profession and create a better future for all.

In closing, I would like to thank all of the engineers across the country  for their dedication and hard work. You are truly the unsung heroes of our society, and we are grateful for your contributions. Happy Engineers Week, and here's to imagining a brighter tomorrow!
-Piyush Malik

Happy New Year: Newsletter 2023 Issue#1

Chapter: ASEI National

Dear ASEI Community
Hope you are as excited about the new year as I am. ASEI turns 40 this year and that's a big deal!
As we say goodbye to the old and welcome the new, reflecting on the past, I'm filled with gratitude for all that we have achieved. Despite the challenges, we have also experienced many joys and moments of growth. While plenty of details have been shared via our monthly newsletters and mailings in the past 12 months, let me share a few highlights today.
2022 started with a bang for us with a well-attended and successful ASEI 34th National Convention with Aerospace Symposium, YTE, and CXO Summit and the National Awards event in Q1'22. In Q2'2022, in addition to high powered meeting with India's Finance Minister Nirmala Seetharaman, we hosted a Cybersecurity Summit with 20+ speakers that were covered widely by media outlets
We continued with our flagship MentorConnect program this year and paired up 25+ senior ASEI Life members who are engineering executives with early career engineers and aspiring engineering leaders. Here's a fireside chat from one of the MentorConnect events.
In the second half of this year, we started holding in-person events again including successful University career programs in Washington DC, Silicon Valley, and Dallas as well as the New Mobility Summit in Michigan. Of course, we continued to partner with other organizations such as TiE & PanIIT in Silicon Valley, Orange county food bank in SoCal, NCWIT, STEM startups like Igebra in India, FalconX accelerator & Moonpreneur in silicon valley for internships and Asian American groups like GOPIO, Indiaspora, ISSIP and NAAAP to further our mission through partnerships.
Our Indo-US collaboration objectives were met with several opportunities to interact and collaborate with Consul General Dr TV Nagendra Prasad, Consul General Amit Kumar and Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu as well as Indian Cabinet Minister Hon. Piyush Goyal
Our expansion this year led to the formation of the Dallas Chapter and several UniversityConnect Career events across chapters in addition to Engineering Tales, Webinars, Youth Technology Exposition events and Virtual YouthCorner showcasing promising Indo-American Youth Ambassadors.
Finally, our social media presence and growth with Youtube, Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin expanded into Clubhouse social audio in addition to monthly newsletters with a reach of over 6,000. One of our posts even went viral with over 211,000 views!
As we enter this new year with the recent good news of formation of ASEI Foundation (a 501 c(3) non profit -which means your donations and contributions to ASEI are now deemed tax deductible) lets set intentions and goals that will bring us closer to our dreams and aspirations.
Let's focus on the positive and embrace all that the future  holds. I look forward to your ideas and active engagement. We have a lot of exciting things to look forward to as we start celebrating our 40th year of ASEI's formation.
Thank You!
Piyush Malik
President ASEI


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