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Ms. Raj Jindal

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Information Technology Profession...

Phone: (225) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.gov
Louisiana Workforce Commission
1001 North 23Rd Street P.O. Box 94094
Baton Rouge , Louisiana 70804
United States

Company Description: The mission of the Louisiana Workforce Commission ( is to be the indispensable provider of workforce solutions for business and industry and for...   more

Employment History

  • Director, Information Technology
    State of Louisiana
  • Director, Information Technology
    State of Louisiana - Governor's Office of Community Programs
  • Information Technology Director
    Louisiana Department of Labor

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Baton Rouge Magnet High School
  • Brown
  • Dartmouth College
  • Harvard
  • Yale
  • Yale Law School
  • M.Litt. degree , political science with an emphasis in health policy
    University of Oxford
  • Master of Science , Nuclear Engineering
    Louisiana State University
  • degree , Liberal Medical Education
    Brown University
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Ms. Raj Jindal, Director Information Technology Louisiana Workforce Commission 1001 North 23rd Street Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4094 Phone: (225) 342-3222 Fax: (225) 342-2516
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The Vladimir Chavrid Award - Raj Jindal, OIS Director, Louisiana Workforce Commission;
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Jindal was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Amar and Raj Jindal, who came to the United States as immigrants from Punjab, India.
Jindal attended Baton Rouge Magnet High School, graduating in 1988. "He always had his eye on, first of all, where he wanted to go, and second, how he was going to get there," said a former teacher. He competed in tennis tournaments, started a computer newsletter, a retail candy business, and a mail-order software company. He spent his free time working at the concession stands during LSU football games. Jindal was one of 50 students nationwide admitted to the elite PLME program at Brown University, guaranteeing him a place in medical school. He was interested in public policy. Jindal also completed a second major in biology. He graduated in 1991 at the age of 20, with honors in both majors. Jindal was named a member of the 1992 USA Today All-USA Academic Team. He was accepted by both Harvard Medical School and Yale Law School, but studied at New College, Oxford, as a Rhodes Scholar. He received an M.Litt. degree in political science with an emphasis in health policy from the University of Oxford in 1994 for his thesis "A needs-based approach to health care" He turned down an offer to study for a D.Phil. in politics, but instead joined the consulting firm McKinsey & Company. Jindal was raised in a Hindu household, but converted to Christianity while in high school. During his first year at Brown University, he was baptized according to the Roman Catholic rite. His family attends weekly Mass at Saint Aloysius Parish in Baton Rouge.
Jindal's mother, Raj (Pal) Jindal, is an information technology director for the Louisiana Department of Labor and served as Assistant Secretary to former State Labor Secretary Garey Forster during the administration of Governor Murphy J. "Mike" Foster, Jr. Prior to immigrating to the United States, his parents were both lecturers in an Indian engineering college. According to Jindal, his mother was already four months pregnant with him when they arrived from India. Jindal has a younger brother, Nikesh, who is a registered Republican and supported his brother's campaign for Governor. Nikesh went to Dartmouth College and then Yale Law School, where he graduated with honors. He is now a lawyer in Washington, D. C. Jindal's nickname dates to his childhood identification with a sitcom character. He has said, "Every day after school, I'd come home and I'd watch The Brady Bunch.
Bobby Jindal’s real name is Piyush Jindal…and his parents were not U.S. citizens! | Dirt & Seeds [cached]
They came on green cards secured by Jindal's engineer father, Amar Jindal, based on a 1965 law that allowed people with "exceptional ability in the sciences or arts" to enter the U.S. Jindal's mother Raj got a spouse green card.
Raj Jindal, who hold masters degrees in physics and nuclear engineering from Louisiana State University, is director of information technology in the Louisiana Department of Labor.
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