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TTA Board Meeting Successful; Charlotte Chapter raised $400K for Convention

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Telangana American Telugu Association (TTA), the first national Telangana organization, met in Charlotte on Saturday, February 3rd, for the 2024 in-person Board meeting. The opening message was given by founder Dr. Pailla Malla Reddy.

Dr. Pailla Malla Reddy shared his comments with fellow AC, EC, and BODs about the success of TTA Seva days in India and appreciated the efforts. He conveyed a message to all TTA Board Members to work hard towards raising funds and making the TTA Seattle 2024 Mega Convention a great success.

Advisory Chair Dr. Vijayapal Reddy conveyed his remarks and plan of action towards the success of TTA 2024 Seattle Mega Convention. He also asked all USA state chapters to start working on fundraising events. Advisory Co-Chair Dr. Mohan Reddy Patallola and Member Bharath Reddy Madadi shared their remarks on the convention and India Seva days 2023.

President Vamshi Reddy Kancharakuntla thanked the Board and TTA Team for attending the meeting and provided updates on the upcoming TTA Mega Convention in Seattle. He also shared his vision for fundraising and cultural activities.

Mr. Vamshi Reddy requested all Board Members to make the Seattle convention a huge success. President-Elect Naveen Reddy Mallipeddi and Executive Committee members shared their plans for fundraising for the TTA Mega Convention 2024 in Seattle, Washington.

TTA Secretary Kavitha Reddy conveyed remarks on 2023 events and appreciated women leaders for the success of Bathukamma. Later, members attended the TTA Charlotte Cultural and Convention Kick Off and Fundraising event where the Charlotte local community raised $400,000 for the convention.

AC, EC, BODs, RVPs, and SCs thanked the TTA Charlotte Chapter for organizing the Board meeting and their incredible hospitality. The team appreciated volunteers’ commitment and hard work, and thanked sponsors of the Board meeting.

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