Hemant Wadhwani started his career working at Diversified Investment Advisors building financial applications for the pension industry.
During the first internet boom in 2000, he co-founded Translation City and has since been working in the language translation/international business services field servicing Fortune 500 companies, NGOs, and government agencies.
Hemant is also a community development specialist having served as an advisor and board member at the NJ Asian American Health and Human Services Association, Real Medicine Foundation, India Youth Climate Network, the Sindhi Association of New Jersey, Save Latin America, Newark's Sumei Arts Center, Harlem/South Bronx Youthbuild mentorship programs, Healthy Harlem Soup Kitchen Project, and the United South Asian Donor Registry.
has also been appointed to a number of commissions and advisory committees by the Governor and state legislature of New Jersey.
Most recently, Hemant
recently launched the Hanuman Capital Initiative to bridge the funding gap related to both global development and local urban economic development needs.
Hemant has a B.A. in Economics from Manhattanville College and an M.S. in Management with a specialization in International Business from New Jersey Institute of Technology.