Executive Team

Board of Directors


Sita Somara

I moved to Winston Salem in 2011 and ever since have been associated with IUCA. I have enjoyed every opportunity of being a part of IUCA community, which connects me to my roots. IUCA is an excellent showcase of Indian cultural vibrancy. I have volunteered at different levels since my association. I am very proud to continue to lead the executive committee again in 2020. I am looking forward to working with a great team to bring out the best Indian vibe and aura for us all to enjoy in Triad.


Vice President
Vahini Arekapudi

I moved to Winston Salem in 1999. I’ve been associated with IUCA since 2000. My kids begun participating and helping with IUCA since 2007. It’s my pleasure to be part of this year team.


Ranganatha Pydimarri

I moved to Winston Salem in 2018 and consider this city to be best suitable. I am  very much honored to be a part of this year’s IUCA committee and appreciate the love and support of this community. It’s my passion to contribute and be part of an organization which works for community.


Cultural Secretary
Anu Sharma

I relocated to Winston Salem in 2014 but I am associated with IUCA since 2016. I started my journey as a choreographer here and now will be proud to serve the community as a part of IUCA 2020 team.


Youth Club and Volunteer Chair

Suchitra Urs

IUCA has always been a community which has instilled diversity and culture.Whenever an Indian comes to Winston-Salem, they feel connected just like home. IUCA have been successfully sharing their culture and diversity to the people of Winston-Salem for many years  thereby creating the strong community. It is my pleasure to be part of this great community and take an opportunity to serve on the committee to create a better platform by sharing knowledge, culture, about India and Indians.

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Storage and Supply Logistic Chair
Srihari Datla

From a young age, Sri holds a passion for ancient Indian culture, specifically Ayurveda and the old scriptures. His mother, a Bharatnatyam dancer, instilled in him the values of Yoga, meditation, and the lifestyle of Hinduism. After moving to Winston-Salem in 2018, Sri volunteers at IUCA to develop a community that nurtures future generations with India’s rich traditions and provide them a foundation for well-being and success.

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