Under the current leadership of Jay Talluri, President of TANA, The Executive Committee of TANA has selected highly motivated individuals from all the 50 states and appointed them as National Coordinators and Regional Chairs. Click here to know more about TANA
Northeast Ohio is proud to have 2 National Coordinators, Rama Rao Panguluri and Ravi Vadlamudi
TANA National Coordinators plays a very important role at the National and Local level to bring awareness of TANA programs which will benefit local communities and communities in India. National Coordinators actively participate in promoting events and coordinate with local community organizations like the Northeast Ohio Telugu Association.
As a National Coordinator, Rama Rao Panguluri, a long-time resident of Aurora, Ohio, will be leading all the efforts to support aTANA initiative to support farmers called Rythu Kosam (ర్రెతు కొసం) which will significantly help Telugu speaking farmers in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State.
This program includes initiatives like the distribution of Personal Protective Equipment Kits to farmers to minimize or eliminate first hand harmful agriculture chemical exposure. Each costs about $15 and really makes a positive impact in day to day lives of farmers who depend on agriculture.
Learn more about Rythu Kosam (ర్రెతు కొసం) program here
In National Coordinator role Ravi Vadlamudi, a long-time resident of Aurora, Ohio will be leading efforts at the National and Local level and on special events as Special Events Co-Ordinator.
Along with National Coordinator appointments, Sarat Kommineni, a long-time resident of Aurora, Ohio has been appointed to TANA Foundation 5k Team.
TANA Foundation 5k Team is 4 member team focusing on raising funds for Mana Voori Kosum (మన ఊరి కొసం) program.
Learn more about మన ఊరి కొసం program here
In the Regional Chairs capacity, both Durga Prasad and Saleem Shaik, long-time residents of Northeast Ohio will be leading efforts for TANA Curie and TANA Cares programs.
TANA Curie helps and guides High School students who are seeking admissions to prestigious colleges like Thomas Jefferson, Harward etc.
Durga Prasad focus will be mainly on bringing awareness to this program in entire Ohio region. TANA Cares initiative is to organize Health Camps, Bone Marrow Drives and health seminars to help local communities.
TANA plays a crucial role in the lives of Telugu communities living in America and with help of initiatives, programs and thousands of volunteers to raise funds to support literacy, education, sanitation, disease prevention, health promotion, and rehabilitation projects in India, especially in Telugu speaking states, Andhra Pradesh and Telengana States.
Under the leadership of Ashok Kolla, Joint Secretary of TANA and long-time resident of Aurora, Ohio, TANA has made great strides in Northeast Ohio and contributed to the local community, organized events, engaged and assisted Telugu Associations in Ohio.