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Santosh Kulshrestha Kumar Has Recently Been Recognized by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals

Apr 22 2014, 2:03am CDT | by

Santosh Kulshrestha Kumar of Chicago, Illinois, has recently been selected as Woman of the Months of May 2014 and June 2014 in America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals for her outstanding contributions and achievement in the field of community services. She has also been listed in America’s Registry’s Top 10 in Law for 2014.

Farmingdale, NY, April 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Santosh Kulshrestha Kumar was born in Rajasthan, India. She attained her B.S. in Biology at Jodhpur Rajasthan University in 1969. She continued her...

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Santosh Kulshrestha Kumar Has Recently Been Recognized by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals

Apr 22 2014, 2:03am CDT | by

Santosh Kulshrestha Kumar of Chicago, Illinois, has recently been selected as Woman of the Months of May 2014 and June 2014 in America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals for her outstanding contributions and achievement in the field of community services. She has also been listed in America’s Registry’s Top 10 in Law for 2014.

Farmingdale, NY, April 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Santosh Kulshrestha Kumar was born in Rajasthan, India. She attained her B.S. in Biology at Jodhpur Rajasthan University in 1969. She continued her education at AMU, India earning her LL.B, with Honors in 1972 and her A.S. in Design and Desktop Publishing at Roosevelt University in 1989. Ms. Kumar is the Founding Executive Director of the Metropolitan Asian Family Services Organization in Chicago and specializes in administration and law. The organization is geared to providing comprehensive and integrated social services to those who have immigrated from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Middle East and Europe. Ms. Kumar is affiliated with the Illinois State Bar Association and is a Board Member/Vice President of C.L.E.S.E. In addition, she is the President of D.S.S.C. In her spare time, Ms. Kumar enjoys reading and painting.

As a member of America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals, business people can communicate and network with others in their industry or profession. The networking potential also exists to communicate with professionals in other fields on a national and international basis. The fields of Science, Education, Medicine, Engineering, Law and Government are only a few of the professions that are included in America’s Registry. Those who are listed here have the unique opportunity to gain recognition and credibility for themselves and their organization.

Contact Information:
America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
Bea Hanley
516-997-2525
Contact via Email
www.americasregistry.com

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