Indian-American Business leader Shamina Singh has drawn on over 20 years of global experience to develop a unique social impact model that leverages the assets of the public and private sector.
New Delhi: Indian-American business leader Shamina Singh has been chosen for the President’s Export Council, which serves as the principal national advisory committee on international trade, by President Joe Biden. “I am deeply honored to join the group of esteemed leaders that make up the President’s Export Council. From the earliest days of my career, I have gravitated toward work that helps create long-lasting and inclusive prosperity for people and economies in the US and around the world,” Singh said in a statement.
“I look forward to bringing this perspective to the Council, serving the Administration and having an opportunity to advance America’s economic interests across the globe,” Shamina Singh said.
The President’s Export Council serves as the principal national advisory committee on international trade. The Council advises the President on government policies and programs that affect US trade performance; promotes export expansion; and provides a forum for discussing and resolving trade-related problems among the business, industrial, agricultural, labour, and government sectors.
Who Is Shamina Singh
- Shamina Singh is the founder and president of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth. She also serves as the executive vice president of Sustainability at the company.
- Shamina Singh has drawn on over 20 years of global experience to develop a unique social impact model that leverages the assets of the public and private sector.
- Singh’s leadership has contributed to Mastercard’s global leadership and reputation of doing well by doing good,