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Indian-origin Sikh woman appointed to a US Faith-Based Security Advisory Council

Gill is in charge of policies, research, education, civic engagement, and youth leadership programmes at SALDEF.

Source: Official website of SALDEF.

Kiran Kaur Gill, an Indian-origin Sikh, has been appointed to the US Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Faith-Based Security Advisory Council. She becomes the second Indian-origin person to be appointed to this body as Indian-American community leader Chandru Acharya was appointed a few days back.

In the group of 25 eminent religious leaders from the US, Gill, Executive Director of the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF), a Sikh-American advocacy group headquartered in Washington.

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