Washington DC: USINPAC member Dr. Pradeep Ganguly has been inducted into the Maryland Economic Development Association’s (MEDA) Hall of Fame. Dr. Ganguly has been a member of MEDA since 1984. He is known for his tireless service, for giving back to the community despite the demands of a busy job. His innovations, projects and campaigns have led to economic growth in the State of Maryland and are a source of pride for the Indian American community.
“USINPAC commends Dr. Ganguly for his outstanding service and for being awarded the prestigious 2019 MEDA Hall of Fame Award,” Sanjay Puri, Chairman of USINPAC said. “Dr. Ganguly is a longtime public servant, serving as top aide to successive governors and county executives in Maryland. He is highly respected, and has also been a source of strength to USINPAC for years. We extend our heartfelt congratulations for the high honor he has received which shines a bright light on the profound impact Indian Americans make on communities wherever they reside.”
Dr. Ganguly is the only Indian American in Maryland and the Washington DC region to receive this award. Dr. Ganguly currently serves as vice president of Prince George County’s Economic Development Corporation.
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