A single man’s army, Sante Santhanam Chary, campaigned and achieved with the United States Postal Service, the creation of the First Day Envelope, commemorating 50 years of Indian Independence in 1997, celebration of the two largest Democracies in the World.
A signature effort on his part, Sante later on obtained key endorsements from 70 US and Indian officials on the same Envelope in a unique show of solidarity and partnership. The envelope has been signed by 6 US Presidents, 8 Indian PMs, Presidents and Governors, Senators and Congressmen, in solidarity, which is a Guinness Book of World Records Effort.
Considered the Only Living Document of this type, now, Sante is on his way to have Prime Minister Narendra Modi sign in on the envelope during his upcoming visit to the United States in September this year.
A Healthcare entrepreneur, CE0 of US Physician Resources International, and Founder past Owner of US Rehab Resources Intl, currently he is a Managing Director of a Nationwide EB 5 investor Green card program (3 months green card for any investor in India or USA.)
His Early Dream and Reality as a kid growing up In Chennai, India, he dreamt of going to the United States in hopes of meeting an American President and attending an IVY league School. “Dreams ultimately exceeded reality after meeting 7 US Presidents and 8 Indian PMs as well as becoming an Alumni of Harvard Business School,” Sante says with a sense of pride. For more than two decades, Sante has focused and gained expertise in promoting US-India partnership programs.
Indian American entrepreneur and lobbyist Sante Santhanam Chary, who attended the 1989 Inaugural Ball for the late President George Herbert Walker Bush, has had the honor of meeting and interacting with seven U.S. presidents, including Jimmy Carter, Gerard Ford, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
As a registered Lobbyist in the US Congress, Washington DC, sante has successfully lobbied and helped pass several legislations on Capitol Hill. He was a member of the U.S.A – CEO Delegation during President Obama’s visit to India. Sante attended Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh’s Welcome Reception in the White House and attended several Indian PM receptions in NYC including PM Modi, Nuclear Bill Signing ceremony by President Bush at the White House.
He wrote a US India partnership Day Modi Bill, got it introduced in the Senate and lobbied to get it passed unanimously, welcoming Modi to the White House 2014 his first Visit as PM to USA since his denial of US Visa.
Sante, an alumni of Harvard Business School and Thomas Jefferson School of Law, is the founder of the Dallas-Texas-based physician staffing firm, US Physician Resources. He is also the managing director of EB5 Coast to Coast, which has regional centers in 34 U.S. states.
He is a Charter Member of US India Chamber of Commerce in Dallas. Currently he serves as an Honorary Advisor to the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI). He represented Plano as an Ambassador of the American Cancer Society, is an Officer of the Harvard Business School Alum Association and is involved in various local community activities. To fulfil the advice of his Alma Mater by giving back to the Community, Sante has focused on staffing Rehab and Physicians in rural areas where the biggest shortage exists, enabling to save millions of American lives.
Sante has hired hundreds of therapists to work in the rural areas across the US and currently recruits and Staffs-Locum Physicians to the rural hospitals/Clinics Nationwide. He is building a Hospital in South Dallas. Staffed hundreds of J1/H1 Physicians across the country for 25 years.
Longest surviving Non Physician supporter of AAPI for 25 plus years, he has worked with many AAPI Presidents, sponsored programs, AAPI Directories, Exhibited, Attended Global Health summits.
He was instrumental in starting Life After Residency Programs for AAPI. He had started TIPS Free Clinic in Dallas, attended and arranged Congressmen and Senator for AAPI legislative Days, organized AAPI Presidents to visit Rastrapathi Bhawan New Delhi several times and the White House.
Sante was one of the 11 exceptional immigrants from across the nation who were recognized and honored by Badmus Law Firm with the Immigrant Journey Awards for demonstrating leadership in business, a chosen profession, or in the civic arena.
Sante has received the ‘One Person Can Make a Difference Award’ from the 100,000-member American Occupational Therapy Association in Washington, D.C., for successfully initiating and lobbying Congress to declare Occupational Therapy Day, a bill which President George H.W. Bush signed into law.
Sante has been Recruiting Physicians for 25 years for the EB5 Green Card in 3 months. Sante is an Alumni of Thomas Jefferson School of Law and Harvard Business School. He can be reached Schary@usdrjobs.com– www.usdrjobs.com; www.ivyceo.com –Schary@Ivyceo.com Phone# 214 597 1571.