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From a dancer and choreographer to a global CFO of a multinational company, Revati Puranik has experienced quite a few life lessons in her 47-years on this planet. With every experience in her life, Revati is constantly learning, expanding awareness and unifying aspects of herself.
Revati, also known as Rani to her friends, is the Global CFO of Worldwide Oilfield Machine (WOM), a corporate global manufacturing enterprise for the oil and gas industry and the railway industry. She also serves as the Executive Director of the Rekha and Sudhir Puranik Foundation and is the Founder/ CMD of ISHA—Indian Search through Harmony & Arts. In her newest venture, she is President of Appleseed Inc.—a PR and branding company for motivation and inspiration learning.
Born in India but raised in the US since she was 6-weeks-old, Revati grew up with WOM, a company founded by her father, Sudhir Puranik, bin 1980. However, she took a break from it when she moved to Pune, India when she was 18-years-old. While in India, her life took a different tangent.
America is on the cusp of an election that may have dramatic implications for the nation and for much of the world that until recently relied on it for leadership – and still might in future.
At this time, the US census shows South Asian vote has risen 43 percent, from 3.99 million in 2011 to 5.7 in 2018, Indians alone making up 56 percent of that group that year at 3.1 million, even if all of them are not citizens. More important perhaps, Indians also have the financial heft to drive the political agenda.
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