Robinder Sachdev is founder president of The Imagindia Institute. Mr. Sachdev is a world acknowledged authority across geopolitics, public and economic diplomacy, image and campaign management, cross-cultural communications, and affairs of the Indian Diasporas. Mr. Sachdev has lived and worked in the U.S., Russia, Kazakhstan, and Dubai, and is now based at New Delhi. Mr. Sachdev is also Trustee of the Children’s Book Trust, India’s oldest national children’s organization founded by the legendary political cartoonist, Shankar. Early in his career, Mr. Sachdev pioneered technology-based professional political consulting in India and has provided advisory services for two national parliamentary elections in India. In 1989 he conceptualized and was software architect of an 80-people 24×7 IT project that reported directly to then Prime Minister, Shri Rajiv Gandhi – during part of the year-long project, Mr. Sachdev’s office was based at the PM House. Presently he is also a strategic advisor to the oldest farmers’ lobby organization in India, the Bharat Krishak Samaj. Over the last decade, Mr. Sachdev has been actively involved in grassroots and elite public affairs in the U.S. and India. He has done extensive work on a range of issues of interest to the Indian American community and U.S.-India relations. Mr. Sachdev holds an MBA in Strategy, an MA in International Relations, both from American University, Washington, DC; a B Tech in Electrical Engineering, from G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar; and was schooled at St. Joseph’s Academy, Dehra Dun.