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Officer Corps


Being an officer is a serious commitment that requires time during lunch, 8th periods, and out of school. They are elected at the end of each year, and the results are announced right before J-Day. In order to become an officer, you must have attended at least three 8th period meetings and contributed actively to the club, either through meetings, I-Nite, Bhangra Bash, J-Day, or in any other way. All officers take on additional responsibilities that extend beyond the requirements of their officer duties to ensure that members are enthusiastic and interested in learning more about Indian culture.


President - Dhruv Gupta


The President is in charge of running all Namaste activities according to the proper regulations.

Vice President - Andy Charbonneau


The Vice-President's duty is to assist the President and take over if the President is unavailable.

Public Relations - Shohini Gupta


The PR Officers are in charge of getting information out to Namaste's members and advertising for events.

Public Relations - Ananya Suri


The PR Officers are in charge of getting information out to Namaste's members and advertising for events.

Treasurer - Aneesh Reddy


The Treasurer oversees all transactions, fund collection, member dues, and reports the accounts to the proper authorities.

Secretary - Akash Raju


The Secretary takes minutes of all meetings, reports them to the officers, and ensures they are reviewable at a later date.

Historian - Bhavana Channavajjala


The Historian's job is to take pictures of all Namaste activities and prepare a scrapbook or album at the end of the year.

Webmaster - Ria Sonawane


The Webmaster builds and maintains the website to distribute information about Namaste and its activities.


All officers are required to attend weekly lunch meetings, 8th periods, take on additional responsibilities in planning and organizing Namaste activities, and boost the reputation of the club so that more people will attend and become educated about Indian culture.