Since 2016, ACE Health Foundation, a global leader in the international community, headquarters in Greater Washington, DC, has advanced equitable access to resources for under-resourced and underserved communities worldwide. ACE imagines an impartial premise opens the doors to win-win collaborations and equity empowerment.
An Indian-born American entrepreneur, humanitarian, and philanthropist, Pooja Chandra Pama is the founder and president of ACE Health Foundation, a 501©(3) non-profit organization.
Pooja is an entrepreneur with extensive background in real estate, finance, fitness, and healthcare sectors. In addition, Pooja provides enterprising and innovative coaching, and mentoring opportunities through her global mastermind program.
Pooja’s philanthropic interests include education, women’s empowerment, the arts, health, environment, and humanitarian initiatives. Pooja serves as Governor for DACOR, Inc (Diplomatic and Consular Officers Foundation) and Trustee for DACOR Bacon House Foundation, Member Board of Directors, American Women for International Understanding, and is a member of the Public Diplomacy Council.
Pooja resides in greater Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area.
Jay Jacob Wind is a global scholar, visionary accountant, author, athletic events governor, the go-to committed leader, and an excellence enthusiast who executes a task from start to end.
As an innovator of many public and private sectors' IT accounting systems and programs, in the early 1970s, Jay's humanitarian passion inspired him to found the Association of Co-Op Housing and develop the co-op house accounting system at the University of Wisconsin, which still exists today.
Jay helped found Aplanatic Co-op Warehouse to serve all the small co-op grocery stores across the South. Jay designed numerous energy and environmental impact data, winning many awards for clients. His project for EPA with ICF involved solving a P vs. NP problem, is considered one of the seven Millennium Problems of Clay Mathematics.
Jay’s other accomplishments include being appointed the commissioner of Arlington County's Parks and Recreation Commission (two years as chair). Jay's advocacy for trees, won permanent funding for Arlington County’s Park Ranger program.