Sachin Jain appointed to Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships board reTweet

New York: The Indian American doctor who is the CEO of SCAN Group and SCAN Health Plan has been appointed to the board of directors of Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans. The charitable trust provides merit-based funding for New Americans, immigrants, and children of immigrants, who are poised to make significant contributions to U.S. culture, society, and academia. 

Sachin Jain is a Harvard-trained physician and a well-known thought leader in the healthcare sector. This 2004 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow received his MD, MBA from Harvard University. With a background in medicine and healthcare management, the trust aims to use Jain’s expertise to enhance the Fellowship’s mission to support outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants as they pursue higher education in the United States. 

“Sachin Jain’s commitment to healthcare and his dedication to supporting immigrants align perfectly with our mission at the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships. His lived experience as a Fellow and his expertise will be invaluable as we continue to identify and empower the next generation of exceptional New American leaders,” Ms. Daisy Soros, the president of the Fellowship, explained. 

The current Board of Directors includes Allison Binns (2003 Fellow), Eric Chung (2016 Fellow), Peter Georgescu, Paul Holdengräber, Ann Kirschner, Noel Lateef, Daisy M. Soros, Jeffrey Soros, and Peter Soros. 

Sachin, a Harvard-trained physician and widely respected thought leader in the healthcare industry, has a remarkable track record in advocating for equity and accessibility in healthcare services. His passion for innovation and his commitment to addressing societal challenges resonates with the ethos of the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships.

“I am deeply honored to join the Board of Directors of the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans. As the son of immigrants and as a 2004 Fellow, I am excited to contribute my experience and passion to an organization dedicated to empowering the next generation of leaders and innovators among immigrant communities,” Sachin explained. “I look forward to collaborating with my colleagues on the Board to continue the impactful work of supporting and fostering the incredible talents of New American scholars.” 

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