Fifteen experts, including Udai Tambar, an Indian-origin CEO working on youth development services in the United States, have been selected to serve as members of New York City’s newly formed racial justice advisory board.
Udai Tambar appointed as racial justice advisory board in New York City:
Udai Tambar, who serves as the CEO and President of New York Junior Tennis and Learning (NYJTL), has been appointed as a member of the newly-formed racial justice advisory board in New York City.
Aim of the Racial justice advisory board:
The board will focus on implementing the Racial Justice Charter Amendments launched by Mayor Eric Adams and Mayor’s Office of Equity Commissioner Sideya Sherman last week. The board’s mission is to guarantee that New York City maintains its position as a leader in groundbreaking racial equity initiatives while also executing the newly enacted charter amendments, as per a statement issued by the Mayor’s office.
About Udai Tambar:
- Udai Tambar is an Indian-origin CEO who has dedicated his career to serving youth.
- He is currently the President and CEO of New York Junior Tennis and Learning (NYJTL), the largest nonprofit youth tennis and education program in the US.
- Prior to his role at NYJTL, Tambar served as the Vice President of Community Health at Northwell Health.
- Tambar has also worked as Chief of Staff and Director of Youth & Children Services for the NYC Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services.
- He has served as the Executive Director for South Asian Youth Action (SAYA!), a non-profit that provides comprehensive youth development services for NYC’s under-resourced South Asian community.
- Tambar holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University and a Master’s in Public Affairs from Princeton University.
- He has completed the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School and holds a certificate in Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management.