Clinical Professor
Baylor College of Medicine
Medical Director
Woman's Clinic for Breast
and Gynecological Imaging & Pink Door Imaging Center

Dr Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Chairman & Managing Director
Biocon Limited
Bangalore, India

Board of Trustees
Ron Somers
US-India Business Council
Washington D.C.

Jennifer Garza
CEO Edinburg Regional Medical Center/Edinburg Children's Hospital
Edinburg, Texas

Mrs. Mona Parikh PHR, MBA
Sr. Human Resources Business

Mr Andrew Novarini
CEO, Cypress Station Branch
Bank of Houston

Kelli Cohen MD
General and Pediatric Radiologist

Eric S. Greisel J.D.
General Legal Counsel


Loretta A. Hanser
Director of Imaging Services
Mammography, CHP Radiology
Harris County Hospital District

Regional Directors
Mrs. Trishna Dey [Asia]
Ms. Esther Biira [Africa]
Dr Adhmer Longatto [S.America]


Clinical Professor of Radiology
Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Steve Sener
Former President
American Cancer Society

R. Sankaranarayanan
Chief of Cancer Screening Group
International Agency for Research on Cancer,
Lyon, France

Saraswati Sukumar MD
Barbara B.Rubenstein Professor of Oncology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Britt-Marie Ljung, MD
Professor of Clinical Pathology,
Director of Cytopathology
UCSF, California

Dr Usha Menon MD; FRCOG
Professor and Director
Gynecological Cancer Research Center
UCL Elizabeth Garrett Institute of Women's Health
University College London

Dr Edmundo Mauad
Barretos Cancer Hospital,
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Peter Dempsey MD; FACR
Professor of Radiology
MD Anderson Cancer Center

Terri Pustilnik MD
Gynecology Oncology of Houston

Dr Diljeet K. Singh, MD, DrPH
Co Chair of MAC

Dr Wei Yang, M.B.B.S., F.R.C.R.
Deputy Chairman, Department of Diagnostic Radiology
The University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Co-Chair and Director of Clinical Research

Dr Neerja Bhatla MD, FICOG
A/Professor, Dept of Ob-Gyn, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India,
Vice President, AOGIN,
Inaugural President, AOGIN-India,
Organising Chairperson, AOGIN 2010

Dr Jill Donnelly
Consultant Breast Surgeon
Herford Hospital, UK

Dr Martin M. Matzuk M.D., Ph.D.
Stuart A. Wallace Chair
Professor of Pathology and Immunology



Mrs. Susan Rafte
Chair of the PAC

Mrs. Sathya Saran
Editor DNA,
Former Editor, Femina,
Mumbai, India

Ms. Lucy Noland
News Anchor,
Los Angeles

Sharda Cherwoo
Ernst & Young


Sharda Cherwoo
Partner,Ernst & Young

Sharda joined the U.S. practice of Ernst & Young in 1982. In her more than 25 years with the firm, she has held a variety of leadership roles focusing on global entrepreneurial initiatives and strategic, operational, and client serving roles. Sharda has served as the CEO of Ernst & Young's Global Shared Service Location in Bangalore, India, a member of Ernst & Young's Global Tax Operations working group, and most recently served as Ernst & Young's Americas Director of Tax Operations. In her current role, Sharda serves as a member of our Transactions Advisory Practice and the Coordinating Tax Partner for the Portfolio investments of several major global Private Equity firms. Sharda is a member of Ernst & Young's Americas Tax Advisory Board which is a leadership group which focuses on providing a platform for discussing strategic issues facing the tax practice.

Sharda has served some of the firm's largest clients as a Tax Account Leader across a variety of industries including financial services, insurance, and real estate assisting them with day-to-day tax planning and operations, full-scale global tax outsourcing, and coordinating major transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures. As Ernst & Young's Americas Director of Tax Operations, Sharda was responsible for the strategy, growth, and operations of the practice across the U.S., Canada, and Latin America.

Under Sharda's leadership, Ernst & Young's Global Shared Service Location was named one of India's Best Places to Work in 2002. She was instrumental in the development and implementation of the India strategy and vision of the location and its service offerings. Sharda's involvement ranged from the initial set-up activities (location selection, lease negotiations, infrastructure needs, etc.); the creation of innovative recognition awards, learning and development programs, and community service programs that fostered a positive work environment and people culture unique in the marketplace; to the operational management of the practice to measure and communicate progress to the stakeholders.

Sharda is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Connecticut Society of CPAs. She graduated valedictorian from Sacred Heart University with a B.S. in Accounting, and, among her numerous awards, she received the Gold Medal Award for highest score on the Connecticut CPA Examination in 1982.

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