Misl Bay Area Council

Jaspreet.jpgJaspreet Kaur - Misl Co-Director 

Jaspreet Sohal resides in the best city of the bay, San Jose, and is majoring in Business Accounting at San Jose State University. Jaspreet has been an active volunteer for The Jakara Movement since the first time she attended the Lalkaar Conference in 2010. Since then she has attended countless Jakara events, helped with Jakara Junior events, and worked on other local and neighboring MISL events. In 2013, she helped facilitate the first ever Bhujangan Bay Area Retreat, and the success of this amazing event really made her realize how much she wanted to be a part of this organization that empowers so many lives. 

"The Jakara Movement has helped me grow in so many tremendous ways, especially in areas that previously weren’t of high importance to me. My goal as co-director is to reach out to those that wouldn’t necessarily come to us on their own. Everyone should experience the benefits and community that The Jakara Movement helps build."

Manpreet.jpgManpreet Singh - Misl Co-Director 

Manpreet Singh was born and raised in the Bay Area and currently is pursuing his undergraduate degree at San Jose State University. He has attended Jakara Junior Camps as a participant since 2006. He began volunteering in 2009 by helping out at the same Jakara Juniors camp. He also has regularly been involved at the Yuba City Nagar Kirtan clean-up and been an active member of the Bay Area Jakara events. 



Mansagar Kaur - Misl Secretary 

Mansagar Kaur is from San Jose and is currently in her senior year of high school. As a kid she enjoyed attended various Jakara and Gurmat camps, and has been volunteering in these camps for about 3 years now. 

" I love being a part of Jakara, and the sense of community I feel being a part of it. During my term I would like to get more of the youth involved in this organization. :) " 

Aman.jpgAmanpreet Singh - Misl Treasurer

Amanpreet Singh is originally from England and has been actively involved in volunteering for over a decade. He has extensive experience in Gurmat camps, engaging youth in seva, simran and sangat.

"I really like to be a part of something special, and to me, there's nothing more special than Jakara. I feel the organization connects those who haven't had much exposure to Sikhi and touches them on so many levels. I am proud and privileged to be a part of that and I pray that collectively we can help make this world a better place."


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