Dr. Rajwant SinghCo-Founder
Dr. Rajwant Singh is co-founder and senior advisor of the National Sikh Campaign. He is also the founder and President of EcoSikh, a response from the Sikh community to the threats of climate change and the deterioration of the environment. In the past, Dr. Singh has held the presidency of the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington, which convenes 11 faith communities in Washington, D.C. for joint dialogue and joint work on critical issues facing the society. Dr. Singh currently resides in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area and is a dental surgeon and has four clinics.
Gurwin Singh AhujaCo-Founder
Gurwin is co-founder and advisor of the National Sikh Campaign. Gurwin has served as the National Field Coordinator for President Obama's re-election campaign and as an Advisor to an Ambassador in the Obama White House. He is also the founder of the Know Your Neighbor Coalition, a coalition of leading civil rights organizations backed by the Obama White House and focused on fostering a national dialogue on the country’s growing religious diversity. Gurwin is currently a student at Columbia Business School and is advising the “Biden for President” campaign.
Shawn Singh GhumanCo-Founder
Shawn is co-founder and advisor of the National Sikh Campaign. His journey to Sikh advocacy began on August 5, 2012, when he helped cover the Oak Creek, WI Gurdwara shooting for USA TODAY. Inspired by the tragic event and the ability that the media has to inform the general public about the faith, he wanted to use his background in marketing and public relations to raise awareness and reduce misperceptions around the Sikh faith. Shawn is currently a Lecturer in Integrated Marketing at Johns Hopkins University and formerly worked at Ketchum, a leading global marketing communications agency. He lives in Boston, MA, where he is getting his Master of International Business from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.
Anjleen Kaur GumerExecutive Director
Anjleen is the Executive Director of the National Sikh Campaign. She has always had a passion for diversity and learning about the different perspectives of others (she has traveled to over 40 countries!). She began volunteering with NSC in 2017 on various Sikh awareness initiatives and realized her passion for diversity, inclusion and equality could be her next career. Anjleen lives in Scottsdale, AZ with her husband and two sons, She previously worked at Microsoft in Sales & Strategy and has a Masters in Business Administration from Georgetown and a Bachelor of Science from The University of Texas. She is excited to lead an organization that is educating Americans on Sikhs and their contributions in the community.