Our Story (ASEI Seattle)

Several engineers from the Seattle area got together in the Fall of 2016 to fill the need of having an Asian Indian Engineering society to bring together the technical community. As a result, the professional society named American Society of Engineers of Indian origin (ASEI) agreed to open a chapter in Seattle.  The Seattle Chapter officially launch on October 26, 2016. In 2017 the chapter focused on launching a successful STEM Program for Grade 1-12 kids. This STEM program has now become an independent 501(c)3 non-profit called STEM Thinkers (website).  In 2018, the Seattle chapter is focusing on hosting the ASEI National Convention.

ASEI Seattle Chapter Vision:

To provide a platform for connecting the Seattle based Asian Indian technical professionals

ASEI Seattle Chapter Mission:

  • To enable professional growth of its membership
  • To enable inspirational growth of the next generation of engineers

Please email Aaron Ghumman or Upekesha Addagatla at seattleteam@aseiseattle.org for more details.

Our Story (ASEI National)

ASEI is an organization of professionals of Asian Indian Diaspora living in the United States of America that shares knowledge among its members, shapes the next generation of engineers, entrepreneurs, scientists and technologists and perform community service helping the disadvantaged and underprivileged in communities across the world. ASEI was established in 1983 in Michigan. It is a non-profit organization with Tax ID # 38 - 2468829.

For more information on ASEI National, please visit their website.

Meet the Seattle Board of Directors (2018)

Aaron Ghumman (President)

Arun Sharma (Vice President)

Akshay Patil (Secretary)

Neil Shah (Treasurer)

Upekesha Addagatla (Director)

AJ Singh (Director)

Director #7 TBD