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30 E. Broad Street, 4th floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3414
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As Director of the Columbus Regional Office, Aman Mehra is responsible for overseeing the processing of nearly 700 cases of discrimination filed on an annual basis from a 20 county region in Central Ohio. He manages a staff of investigators and administrative professionals and directs activities to investigate and conciliate caseloads while also participating in events and programs to provide education and awareness of the laws against discrimination to members of the community.
Mr. Mehra's career as an Entrepreneur and Executive includes fourteen years of extensive management experience. Throughout his career he has served as a consultant, a coach, a mentor and a business leader. He began is business career as an Associate Computer Manager for Housing at Eastern Illinois University. Then, he took on a role in Marketing, Sales/Customer Service with Consolidated Communications before moving on to become the Vice President of Product and Serve Marketing with Global Associates Inc. and later served as President & CEO of International Management Services Corporation.
Aman has a distinguished educational background. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from Bundelkhand University (Jhansi, India), an Honors degree in Systems-Management from National Institute of Information Technology (New Delhi, India), a Masters degree in Economics from Eastern Illinois University (Charleston, Illinois) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Lumpkin College of Business at Eastern Illinois University.
Demonstrating a commitment to community, Aman serves as a Diversity Board member at Fifth Third Bank, current Vice Chair and past President with the Asian Indian American Business Group of Central Ohio, Executive Director and member of Asian Indian Alliance and member of the Columbus Council of World Affairs. In February 2016, Mr. Mehra was honored by Ohio Cancer Research. In August 2016, Mr. Mehra was honored with the Ohio Asian Award for Government Leadership.
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