Sanjay Ramabhadran (Ram), P.E.
Sanjay Ramabhadran has provided engineering, management and master planning services to the Industrial and Governmental market segments for 20 years. As Vice President & Board Member of a Texas based infrastructure and environmental consulting company, he previously directed a Corporate Practice focused on water and infrastructure across the firm's offices. Prior to that, he was Principal-In-Charge of a $1 billion global consulting firm, where he managed an Infrastructure Business Practice across multiple states.
His civic involvement has included serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors of LEADERSHIP HOUSTON; Director in the Texas Lyceum – state-wide leadership group focused on public policy issues impacting Texas; Steering Committee Member – Houston General Plan; Senior Fellow – American Leadership Forum; President of the HESS Club; President of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston; Chairperson of the Houston Mayor's International Trade & Development Council (South Asia); City of Houston – Building & Standards Commission; Greater Houston Partnership's Public Safety Task Force; Connecting Communities Initiative at Rice University's Kinder Institute; Co-Chair of the Civic Engagement Advisory Committee for the City of Houston – Public Library; Advisory Council – Houston Arts Alliance; President of the Indo-American Political Action Committee; and Board of Directors of the Indo-American Charity Foundation.
Mr. Ramabhadran was honored as one of the 2012 Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) by the United States Junior Chamber. He was previously selected as one of Five Outstanding Young Texans in 2011 by the Texas Jaycees and one of Five Outstanding Young Houstonians for the year 2010 by the Houston Jaycees. Selected as an ASIA 21 Young Leader, he represent the United States at the 2010 Global Asia 21 Leadership Summit in Jakarta, Indonesia.
A graduate of BITS-Pilani and Texas A&M University, he is a registered Professional Engineer.
Sanjay and his wife live in Houston and their sons attend public schools. His interests include cycling, traveling and public policy.