Co-Director - Simranjit Singh
Simranjit Singh (popularly known as Sim) is a Kerman Native and is a student at Fresno State University. Sim has been an active volunteer since 2008 working on Jakara Juniors camps, homeless seva, and other local Jakara events. As Co-Director, Sim Singh hopes to be an inspiration to young adults and encourage them to reach their potential.
"In 2008 when I was just a sophomore in high school, Jakara was the organization that opened it's doors to me and my growing mind. Through great spiritual and physical sikh experiences, Jakara has has helped me develop into the man that I am today." - Simranjit Singh
Co-Director - Bali Singh
Baljinder Singh, mostly known as Bali, is a local Fresno resident and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s in Kinesiology – Exercise Science. Bali has been actively involved since 2011 and has helped with Jakara Juniors camps, fireworks, homeless seva events, etc.
Secretary - Haneet Kaur
Haneet Kaur hails from the famous Kerman, CA and currently attends Fresno State as a Liberal Studies major. Haneet aspires to one day, become a principal of an elementary school. An active member since 2007, Haneet has been a Jakara Juniors camp lead, facilitated at camps, fireworks fundraising, health fair, and other local Jakara Movement events.
"During my term I hope to reach out the kids who wouldn't reach out to us on their own. To familiarize the unfamiliarized and to educate the uneducated. I'm just an average girl from a small town trying to move with a fabulous movement, the Jakara Movement. Join me. " - Haneet Kaur
Treasurer - Jovan Singh
A Fresno resident, Jovan Singh is majoring in Bio-Med at California State University of Fresno. For the past 7 years, Jovan Singh has been volunteering with the Jakara Movement from camps, to fireworks, to health fair to everything in between. Jovan values seva and is excited at the opportunity to serve in his role as Treasurer.
"If I had not joined this organization about 7 years ago, I wouldn't be the person I am today. Jakara has taught me about Sikhism and not only Sikhism, it has taught me to associate with others and become a leader. The most important ability to learn is Seva and ability to do it for everyone in the community." - Jovan Singh