Indo Caribbean Rohan Narine was recognized on Sunday, June 12 for his service to the Indian diaspora in New York City at a religious function at a Mandir.
He was presented with a plaque from the Indian Diaspora Council International (IDC). Mr Narine works at the Mayor‘s office in the city.
In a press release, the IDC says it joined with several organizations, officials and individuals in “recognizing Rohan A. Narine for his trailblazing community service to the Caribbean community in his capacity as Senior Liaison for South Asian and Caribbean Affairs to the Mayor of New York City”.
The release states that the IDC memento was presented by IDC President Ashook Ramsaran and Deo Gosine, IDC Vice President, Trinidad & Tobago. Mr. Gosine read the inscription which states:
“Indian Diaspora Council recognizes and salutes Rohan A. Narine, South Asian and Caribbean Liaison, for Outstanding Community Service and Commitment to the Caribbean American Community”.
“The Indian Diaspora Council International (IDC) takes pride in the enthusiasm and energy of young people such as Rohan Narine who can provide progressive community leadership and serve the many needs of families with distinction and honor which are so much in need. We encourage such advocacy and commitment to further the interests and concerns of our various communities”.
For more information contact:
Ashook Ramsaran at AshookRamsaran@gmail.com Mobile (USA) +1 917 519 5783
Indian Diaspora Council International (IDC), established in 1997, is an international non-profit organization with global affiliates and membership in 21 countries with the objective to embrace, engage and enhance the shared heritage, aspirations and interests of persons of Indian origin with optimum inclusivity.