Houston, TX: The Indo American Press Club (IAPC) will honor Dr. Chaithanya from Australia, Founder of Skin Lab & Beauty clinics, co-founder Director of AMTAN MEDICAL, which owns eight Medical Centers across Queensland, Australia, with the Global Entrepreneur Award at 6th International Media Conference in Houston, TX.
Dr. Chaitanya, known as Dr. Tanya around the world will receive the award in the presence of several leaders of media, fine arts, businesses, and socio-political world, when they come together during the 6th annual International Media Conference planned to be held at Hilton Double Tree Hotel, Greenway Plaza in Houston, TX from October 11th to 14th, 2019.
The annual gathering of the media professionals hosted by Indo American Press Club, titled International Media Conference 2019, will be hosted by the IAPC Houston and Dallas Chapters, and coordinated by the national IAPC leadership.
Eminent personalities belonging the media, film, socio-political fraternities of global fame and prominence will attend this premier event of the Indo-American diaspora. About 500 patrons from the North Americas are expected to participate in this esteemed professional development and networking event.
Recognizing individuals who have touched the diaspora on a positive note has been a distinct tradition at IAPC. In addition to Dr. Tanya, several others Awardees will be recognized in the domains of Business Management, Woman entrepreneur, Visual Media, Print Media, Online Media and Malayalam literature excellence.
The Media Conference held over the weekend with over 500 delegates and guests will have insightful seminars, discussions, debates, roundtable conferences, business forums, youth forum, photo and essay contests, and entertainment programs.
A Doctor by profession, Doctorpreneur by perseverance and cosmetic brand Innovator by passion, Dr. Chaithanya was born in Kerala, India, as the great granddaughter of O. Chandu Menon, the author of first Malayalam novel, ‘Indulekha’.
Young Chaitanya mastered Indian classical dance forms such as Bharathanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kuchipudi and Kadhakali, she had won the hearts of many for her passion for dance and music at a very young age. Talented and adorable, with beauty and hard work, Chaithanya had acted in over 20 Malayalam movies as a child artist and has made a lasting impact on the viewers around the world. The Government of Kerala bestowed on her the Best Child Artist Award.
After completing MBBS Degree from Calicut Medical College, she went to England to do her masters Degree in Medicine. Later on, Dr. Chaitanya immigrated to Australia and started off as a general practitioner on the Gold Coast, and there she came to be popularly known as Tanya.
Today she is the Co-founder Director of AMTAN MEDICAL which owns eight medical centers across Queensland. She is the Founder Director of Skin Lab & Beauty clinics and the Founder of Australian Skin Lab. With years of research in enhancing beauty products, Dr. Tanya innovated cosmetic brands and skincare devices like NuSonic exfoliating device, NuBrush hair device and NuDerm Moisturising Mist under the brand name, Dr. Tanya.
A Member of Queensland Management Committee of Australia India Business Council, Dr. Tanya was ranked 18th among the Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs by Business News Australia in 2018.
Being the Founder Chairperson of O. Chandu Menon Foundation. Dr. Tanya has recreated the enigma by spearheading the 130th year celebrations of ‘Indulekha’ in Kerala. The Foundation has held several literary and cultural programs commemorating the 130th year. She resurrected the bygone legacy of ‘Indulekha’, the first novel in Malayalam, by conceiving, producing and performing in a multimedia dance theater in 2018. Dr Tanya is settled in Gold Coast with husband Dr Ameer and two boys.
The Indo-American Press Club founded in 2013, consists of a cohesive and vibrant group of journalists, media professionals and freelancers working or associating with print, broadcast and online media outlets in North America. With hundreds of members in dozens of local Chapters across North America, IAPC has come to be an effective and credible platform for Indian American journalists and media professionals to associate and network with a sense of belonging.
IAPC has envisioned for itself, a significant role in recognizing and nurturing the true potential of journalists and media professionals in the United States and Canada, while collaborating with media fraternity across the globe.
The Indo-American Press Club seeks to foster closer bonds and cooperation among an extensive network of journalists across the nation, who are committed to professionalism and have the well-being of the larger society, For more details, please visit: https://www.indoamericanpressclub.com/