Sunil Hali Executive Director & President,
Indo - American Arts Council, Inc.
Sunil Hali brings to IAAC an unmatched understanding as well as strong goodwill within Indian community in USA. A double gold medalist from IIT Roorkee and VRCE in engineering, and 20 years of senior management experience with MNCs, Sunil has been focused on building media platforms in all formats, Indian television channels, radio stations and premium newspapers, "connecting India and Indian diaspora across USA & Canada" in last three decades. He has conceived and produced premium events in all forms of art that represent the rich heritage and culture of India. Sunil has produced mega events for "Brand India" which were presented to a live audience across US at prestigious venues as well as to global Indian audience on television. This includes “Arijit Singh Live in concert, NJ (2019)”; Building India Excellence Awards” (2016); “Indian American Achiever Awards” (2007); “The Music festival of India (1997), “Zee Gold Bollywood Awards” (2000); “Zee TV Miss India Worldwide” (1999) and “Zee Gold Six Nation Cricket Championship” (2001) amongst others.
Sunil has been featured in prestigious The New York Times twice; in “Jewels of India in 2013” and “Roshni Media in 2014”. He has been a leader in South Asian marketing space and known as the driving force behind launch of large International corporate targeting Indian diaspora. This includes strategy, planning, launch and building to leadership over multiple years of relentless work. The clients include Citibank NRI Services, JET Airways, DIRECTV, MakeMyTrip.com, Shaadi.com, SBLI USA, Cash2India, Unimart, Lodha Group, Godrej Properties, Kanakia, Prestige among others.
Sunil believes in “Frontline” leadership and brings an in-depth knowledge of Indian diaspora, media and marketing in the US with a professional management and innovative strategies to all the ventures taken by him.
Sunil Hali Executive Director & President
INDO-AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL INC.
303 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1007,
New York, NY 10016.
Phone: 212 951 7395,
Email: admin@IAAC.us Web: www.IAAC.us