Indian-American Sudhan Thomas Running For Key Educational Office In New Jersey

Indian American 9/11 historian docent Sudhan Thomas is running for a key educational office in New Jersey that could help him play a key role in New Jersey’s education system.

Sudan Thomas is a well known business professional who has been active in the Indian-American community.

Thomas is one of the 180 certified 9/11 historian docents who educates visitors at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, where his work has impacted millions of visitors and students.

He has also been actively involved in supporting veterans and LGBTQ equality. If elected, Thomas would be the first Indian-American in the Jersey City Board of Education.

He received top endorsements in New Jersey, including Ron Greco, president of the Jersey City Education Association.

To Advertise Call us @ +1 646 431 4064special-issue

“In vision, in experience and in leadership, Sudhan Thomas is the champion that our students need and believes in the promise of public education,” Greco said.

New Jersey Assemblyman Raj Mukherji: “Sudhan Thomas is the right person at the right time for Jersey City. He is a parent and a business professional who has been active in the community, championing various initiatives over the last two decades. He represents a new generation of leadership that Jersey City desperately needs to address the challenges we face in urban public schools.”

Mukerji is the only South-Asian Assemblyman in New Jersey City, which has a large Indian-American population. If elected “Now is the time to end the gridlock and initiate a progressive agenda in our schools. It is troubling that some Jersey City children attend school in trailer classrooms, without basic school supplies and infrastructure,” Thomas said.

College Democrats of New Jersey has also endorsed Thomas describing him as a parent, educator, business professional, and a taxpayer who possesses that skill set which will significantly benefit students.

- Advertise Here Call +1 646 247 9458 -

Trending (48 Hours)

Donald Trump claims ‘everything is rigged against him’, Clinton says

WASHINGTON (TIP): After US President Barack Obama said on Oct 20 that Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump should stop "whining"+ , his party colleague...
- Advertise Here Call +1 646 247 9458 -