Dr Megha Wadhwa

Dr Megha Wadhwa

Dr. Megha Wadhwa is a researcher and her work focuses on Indian Diaspora. She is also the author of ‘Indian Migrants in Tokyo: A Study of Socio-Cultural, Religious and Working Worlds – She is a published author with her work appearing in the3 Japan Times.

She assists with the development of the Global Indian Series in Japan.

About our Global Indian Ambassadors

Our Global Indian Ambassadors are active leaders in social custodianship, representing the fields of politics, business, entertainment, academia, activism and beyond. They demonstrate integrity in their professions and serve as positive role models through their work.

Our Ambassadors have played a critical role in raising awareness of community building and have continued to use their talent and platform to advocate, educate and fundraise on behalf of the Global Indian Series for a range of activities, including philanthropy.

Our core ethos is to unite in the human experience of us and provide a safe mooring ground for open discussions.  Together our Global Indian Ambassadors have proven that regardless of nationality, perceived status or religion, we can all be a powerful tool in mobilising the support needed in creating environments that thrive on passion, purpose and togetherness.

The role of our Ambassadors is to assist in spreading our work and to provide a bridge that connects economy, politics and society together and serve as a tool in enhancing a true sense of community for people of Indian origin and beyond.


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