Women’s Voice for Better America to Launch Opportunity Fair


From Left: Neeta Sane, Anhlan Nguyen, Fheryl Prestage

HOUSTON: Women’s Voice for Better America, a network of diverse women leaders from Fort Bend and Houston, has launched a uniquely designed initiative to increase women’s access to Healthcare Choice, Career Progress and Voting Decision.  Co-chairs of Women’s Voice for Better America are Neeta Sane, Anhlan Nguyen, Nargis Ahmed, Ponnu Pillai, Fheryl Prestage, Munira Panjawani, Farida Abjani, Emee Nisnisan, Ling Luo, Claudia Ortega Hogue, Christina Sanders, Sophie Chou along with special coordinators, Ritu Raju, Maleeha Samee and Habiba Kavalec.


From Left: Claudia Hogue, Nargis Ahmed, Ponnu Pillai

The mission of Women’s Voice for Better America is to encourage women to participate for societal, professional and individual advancement. The efforts by Women’s Voice for Better America are based on the simple principle that women’s progress is essential in making America better for our generation and for future generations to come.


From Left: Munira Panjwani, Farida Abjani, Emee Nisnisan

Women’s Voice for Better America will be launching an Opportunity Fair on Saturday, Aug 27 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Star Learning located at 3528 Texas 6, Sugar Land, TX 77478. The Opportunity Fair will be a free admission, family event with light refreshments and door prizes. At the Opportunity Fair, women will receive free services and counsel from Ibn Sina Community Medical Center, Workforce Solutions and League of Women Voters.  In addition, information about senior care and personal assistance service will be available by Golden Years.


From Left: Ling Luo, Christina Sanders, Sophie Chou

Women’s Voice for Better America is glad to open the doors of opportunities for more women to join its network of volunteers.

To join Women’s Voice for Better America, please contact Neeta Sane at 832-279-8601.

About  Women’s Voice for Better America
Neeta Sane
Trustee – District VII, Houston Community College Former Board Chair, HCC Board of Trustees

Anhlan P. Nguyen
U.S. President’s Appointee, Board Chair – Vietnam Education Foundation, Board Chair, Vietnamese Science & Culture Association

 Nargis Ahmed 
President, World Humanitarian Foundation, Houston, Member – Pakistan Association of Greater Houston, Pakistan Chamber of Commerce

 Ponnu Pillai 
Former President, Malayalee Association of Greater Houston, World Malayalee Council, Greater Houston Nair Service Society

 Fheryl Prestage
Executive Director, IT Applications Development Houston Community College, Member- NAACP

Munira Panjwani
APAHA, Past President/ Board Member, Citizenship Month, Exec. member, Aga Khan Foundation Outreach

Farida Abjani
CEO Shining Nightingale Health care, Board of Director – Alliance for multicultural community services, Houston Greeters, Development in literacy

Emee Nisnisan
Administrator, Royal Oaks Medical Home and Wellness Clinical, Board member-Philippine American Chamber of Commerce, Cofounder & Past President of Houston Royal Oaks Lions Club

Ling Luo
President, Hana Media Global, Chairwoman – U.S. China Relations Foundation

Claudia Ortega Hogue
Executive Vice President, League of Women Voters of Houston Education Fund

Christina Sanders
Managing Partner, CD Sanders & Associates

Sophie Chou
Education Attaché, Director of Education, Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Houston


Ritu Raju

HCC-Faculty Division Chair, Speech, communications,  SignLng, Operating

Maleeha Samee

Former South Zone Director, Islamic Society of Greater Houston

Habiba Kavalec 

Communication Consultant & Advisor

Women’s Voice for Better America is a network of women serving the Greater Houston area with the support of individuals and organizations in this region.