I am Dr. Raghava Reddy Ghosala, President of North American Telugu Association (NATA). I am very privileged and delighted to serve Telugu community in this new role. I would not have achieved this position without the support of NATA members like you. You all made NATA proud with your support and I am proud of you.
Founding in 2009, North American Telugu Association (NATA) has been growing rapidly as the prominent service oriented organization. It is purely because of the supporters and well-wishers like you. NATA has been serving and promoting community services, cultural and social activities, student assistance, and preservation & promotion of Telugu language and heritage in the United States, and across the globe.
NATA Organization has become very robust with the strong support and stewardship of prominent Telugu community leaders such as Dr. Prem Reddy (Chairman Emeritus, Advisory Council) and Dr. Mohan Mallam (Chair, Advisory Council), entire Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Regional Vice Presidents, Standing Committees and Regional Coordinators.
Our goal for next two years is to have NATA representation in each and every state and city. Once we have NATA Representation, we can serve our community better being the front runner if there is ever a need.
As part of the NATA Seva days in December 2019, we are planning to help orphanages, old age homes, homes for mentally challenged, organizing health camps and celebrating our culture in India. Our main focus this year is to utilize every penny wisely and make sure that the needy poor people get the maximum benefit of every dollar we receive as the donation for NATA Seva days.
We are planning to have our NATA 2020 Convention in Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, NJ during June 26-28, 2020. We are planning exciting programs for all of you and more details will be published later in coming months.
I once again offer my profound humble thanks to each and every one of NATA Members, Donors and everyone who has been supporting NATA all these years.