Indianapolis Sikh to serve as SikhsPAC Outreach Coordinator


Indianapolis Sikh to serve as SikhsPAC Outreach Coordinator

Jitender Singh is the newest face on the SikhsPAC team. The 27-year-old Indianapolis businessman and regular attendee at the Gurdwara Sahib Indianapolis (Acton Road) has formally taken over all SikhsPAC youth outreach programming and will soon be leading a team of volunteers tasked with identifying specific political needs in various Sikh communities around the state.

Jitender Singh holds a bachelors degree in history with a minor in criminology from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. He currently owns three companies specializing in property acquisition and development.

Working with SikhsPAC is his first step towards a possible future in public office. He says working directly with politicians will be invaluable in understanding the mechanics of political campaigning in the US and Indiana.

“I want to see as many political views as possible and to learn about how the political processes really works,” said Jitender Singh.

Jitender Singh is a new father with wife and fellow property developer Manpreet Kaur.

He is the son of Baldeve Singh and Amarjit Kaur. Jitender also has two brothers, Paul Sarinder Singh and Gurvinder Singh.