Network of Indian Professionals of North America

  • NY


New York

United States

About Us

The purpose of NetIP is to serve as an organization that meets the needs of South Asian professionals in North America as they grow in their personal and professional lives. Over the years, NetIP has become a premier networking brand in our community. It has become the unequivocal voice for an emerging group of South Asians, who excel in every aspect of western society, from business to politics to the arts. The rise of NetIP and its affiliated chapters reflects a general “Coming of Age” by South Asian professionals.

Our mission is to be more than just a networking forum. We also aspire to be the facilitating vehicle used by South Asian professionals to improve and enhance the communities in which we work and live. NetIP lays the foundation for the best and brightest to forge cohesive relationships to work together for a lifetime. We are not just today’s professionals who are the backbone of NetIP, but we are also simultaneously emerging to be tomorrow’s leaders in business, politics and civic life. We will continue to interact closely with many of the acquaintances we make through our experiences within the NetIP organization.


“NetIP is an organization with a great history of innovation and service, one that has served as our South Asian community’s primary repository for social, professional, cultural and political programming in the country for several years. We are clearly positioned to leverage this network of successful professionals to build a platform for repeated successes” - Aneesh Chopra, America’s First Chief Technology Officer & Former Boston Chapter President - 1996/1997

“I can think of no better partner organization than NetIP to reach our target audience” - Desh Deshpande, Deshpande Foundation

“NetIP is a socially constructive gathering of evolved minds. It’s an unforgettable experience of knowledge and new-found connections where the possibilities are endless.”—Saira Mohan

“We’re big fans of NetIP here at eBay.” - Robert Chatwani, Head of Global Citizenship, eBay Inc.