Jasvinder Singh who is a Project Manager in an IT Industry in Washington DC area with MBA in Information Technology. Jasvinder is also involved in volunteer work for the cause of his community and environment and also been involved with his County Executives for environmental causes. He also volunteers as a Vice President for different Home Owners Associations. He is passionate about keeping the environment healthy and clean and feels humbled and proud to be part of EcoSikh where he can propagate the measures to safeguard this environment through various campaigns and spread awareness among people how to save this precious planet by growing Trees.
As a mom and pediatrician, I deeply care about children. I realize the importance of global warming and how it is going to negatively impact the future of our kids. There is risk of diseases, human displacement, lack of food and drinking water in the near future.
I am humbled by the teaching and vision of our Gurus who cared so deeply about the environment, preaching that God himself lives in his creation._Pawan Guru Pani Pita, Mata Dharat Mahut.
Ecosikh is the Sikh response to climate change. I feel glad to be part of this organization and contribute my share in preserving our beautiful earth because so far Mars is uninhabitable.
Contact No: 240-672-6721
Manpreet Singh is a financial services professional with 10+ years of experience. She has her own company: Golden Health & Life Solutions. She helps individuals and companies achieve their financial goals through retirement & college plans, life, health, and disability insurance solutions. She completed her BSc in Environmental Science from Delhi University, India. She lives in the US since 1996, with her husband and has two kids. Global warming and pollution of air, water, and land has been quite disturbing to her. Excessive use of pesticides in Punjab, that has been a lead cause of cancer is alarming. The teaching of our Gurbani to preserve and protect our environment inspired her to join the EcoSikh team at her local gurudwara. She feels blessed that she has the opportunity to participate in the EcoSikh global movement to save our Mother Earth and make it a better place for our future generations.
Contact No: 240-383-0020
My name is Ameeta Kaur Vohra. An Accounting graduate from George Mason University, I am presently a senior staff accountant at TLC Cancer Clinic in York, Pennsylvania. I reside in Baltimore, Maryland with my husband and son.
While I have always been concerned with harmful effects emanating from a polluted environment, my learning that roughly 80 percent of all cancers are caused by involuntary exposures to environmental factors, have made me further conscious of the need to have a safe, clean and a healthy environment. It was primarily this awareness combined with my faith-based values to respect air as our Guru, water as our father and earth as our mother (as recited in Jap Jee Sahib: Pawan Guru, Panni Pita, Mata Dharat Mat) prompted and led me to join the volunteer team of EcoSikh– an entity constituted in 2009 at the initiative of United Nations Development Program(UNDP) and the Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) to promote and initiate environment cleaning projects through integration of religious teachings in such drives. Associated with EcoSikh since 2016, my role as a volunteer provides me a sense of pride and gratitude for having been a part of environment saving noble and cause and thus contributing a littlest of my share towards this virtuous and worthy initiative.
Contact No: (410) 913-1891
Cleanliness is next to Godliness. We should keep our air, water, and soil free of pollution. As we are answerable to WaheGuruji (God) for our actions, I, Bhavdeep Bajaj, personally believe that we should leave Earth in a better state than we came in; that is the least we owe our generations to come. I encourage people I meet to make themselves and Earth healthier through actionable changes to have a happy life.
Contact No: (571) 344-8241