Jeslin Varghese, a member of Rotary metro is the Technical Director at MTA Capital Construction on the East Side Access Project. Born in India and seasoned in America, Jeslin considers himself a global citizen. As the founder of I-Believe.org a non-profit and GBRI a sustainability education platform, Jeslin wears multiple hats and strives to make a positive impact in our communities on a daily basis. He is an expert leader at shaping international business operations and culture to achieve sustainable improvements and results.
I-Believe.org: Creating Sustainable Communities Through Education, Empowerment and Partnerships.
The problems around us present countless opportunities. Don’t wait for the world to change. Let it begin with you and me. That’s I-believe’s mantra. I-Believe is a non-profit organization geared towards sustainable development of our communities and founded with the belief that each of us has the power to make a difference in the societies we live in. No-matter where we live – there are plenty of humanitarian projects that need a helping hand. Join us as Jeslin Varghese, a Rotary Metro member shares his story, hardships and inspiration to start this non-profit in 2012. Let us join the discussion and see how we can be part of the solution.
We meet 6:45pm for 7:00pm at Playwright Tavern, 202 West 49th Street, 3rd Floor (betw Broadway and 7th Ave).Non-members register and pre-pay here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4022954Meeting fee (incl 3-course dinner) is $35 for visitors/guests and $25 for Rotaractors, plus applicable payment fee respectively. Walk-ins are $40 cash-only.