Indian Americans Ann Ramakumaran, Jayesh Doshi Named Among Med Week Award Winners
Anjali Ann Ramakumaran of Ampcus Inc. was named the Robert J. Brown Minority Business Enterprise of the Year winner. The Indian American was selected among the 2021 Med Week Award winners. (Ampcus photo)
India-West Staff Reporter
The Minority Business Development Agency Sept. 23 announced 14 individuals with awards during the 2021 National MED Week Conference, with two Indian Americans named among the group.
Among the winners were Anjali Ann Ramakumaran and Jayesh Doshi.
Ramakumaran, of Ampcus Inc., was awarded with the Robert J. Brown Minority Business Enterprise of the Year.
Doshi, of Espin Technologies, was named the Minority Manufacturing Firm of the Year winner.
Ramakumaran, founder and CEO of Chantilly, Virginia-based Ampcus, is a technology-savvy entrepreneur with more than 18 years of contribution towards the design, development and delivery of leading edge technology solutions and human capital management across the globe, according to her bio. Under her leadership, she has cultivated Ampcus into a fast-growing consulting and professional services firm. For ten consecutive years (2008‐2018) she has been recognized as a top Asian American owned business by the USPAACC.
Espin Technologies, Inc., located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is part of the ventilation, heating, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration equipment manufacturing industry.
The 2021 Med Week Minority Enterprise Development conference took place from Sept. 19 through Sept. 25.