Dr. Joy Cherian (Ph.D. International business law) is the first Asian American and first Indian American Commissioner at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Joy Cherian was appointed as the Commissioner at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by President Ronald Reagan in 1987, which was seen as a milestone. At the time, he was the highest ranking Indian American in the US government. Appointed by a Republican, but showing true unity of Indian Americans across political boundaries, the Indo-American Democratic Organization lobbied for his re-appointment in 1991. After serving his time as commissioner, he founded and was President of a consulting firm, J. Cherian Consultants, Inc. (JCC) and did speaking engagements for organizations

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  • Dr. Joy Cherian (Ph.D. International business law) is the first Asian American and first Indian American Commissioner at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Joy Cherian was appointed as the Commissioner at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by President Ronald Reagan in 1987, which was seen as a milestone. At the time, he was the highest ranking Indian American in the US government. Appointed by a Republican, but showing true unity of Indian Americans across political boundaries, the Indo-American Democratic Organization lobbied for his re-appointment in 1991. After serving his time as commissioner, he founded and was President of a consulting firm, J. Cherian Consultants, Inc. (JCC) and did speaking engagements for organizations such as the GOPIO. (en)
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  • Dr. Joy Cherian (Ph.D. International business law) is the first Asian American and first Indian American Commissioner at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Joy Cherian was appointed as the Commissioner at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by President Ronald Reagan in 1987, which was seen as a milestone. At the time, he was the highest ranking Indian American in the US government. Appointed by a Republican, but showing true unity of Indian Americans across political boundaries, the Indo-American Democratic Organization lobbied for his re-appointment in 1991. After serving his time as commissioner, he founded and was President of a consulting firm, J. Cherian Consultants, Inc. (JCC) and did speaking engagements for organizations (en)
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