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Indian American Sejal Mehta appointed to the Board of Directors of Atlanta-based Nonprofit South Arts

Indian American Sejal Mehta appointed to the Board of Directors of Atlanta-based Nonprofit South Arts

  • The Raleigh, North Carolina-based attorney is an arts advocate who serves on similar organizations in the state.

Indian American attorney Sejal Mehta has been appointed to the Board of 

Directors of South Arts, the Atlanta, Georgia-based nonprofit announced earlier this week. It aims to empower artists, organizations, and communities, and increase access to arts and culture. 

An arts advocate, Mehta, of Raleigh, North Carolina, serves on the boards of the North Carolina Arts Council and International Focus of North Carolina. Previously, she served on the board of the Raleigh Little Theater and Raleigh Review. She also served on the fiction staff of the Raleigh Review, and she has assisted on the production of short films and various commercials in both New York and the Triangle. 

She previously worked as a contract attorney for Duke Energy, where she ‚Äúcoordinated with various departments to determine the accessibility of key financial documents; worked closely with outside counsel; reviewed key electronic documents for privilege in civil litigation case; and supervised staff of law and undergraduate students,‚ÄĚ according to her LinkedIn profile. She has also served as an attorney at the New York Medical Examiner’s Office and a prosecutor in the Queens District Attorney’s Office in New York City.¬†

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She has a BA in Political Science and Government from NYU and a JD from Northeastern School of Law. She lives in Raleigh with her husband, North Carolina State Sen. Jay Chaudhuri, their two teenage children, and their golden retriever Lincoln.

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