Harbir Kaur Bhatia, SiliconSage Director of Community Benefit & Innovations, joins as deputy board member
SAN JOSE, CA (April 30, 2019) – Sunnyvale-based SiliconSage® Homes announced CEO Sanjeev Acharya was recently added to the Joint Venture Silicon Valley board of directors, along with six other new members from diverse sectors of the economy. Additional members elected at the board’s quarterly meeting in Mountain View were Gary Dillabough, Urban Community; Max Duggane, Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley; Mitra Mahdavian, McKinsey & Company; Jonathan Noble, Microsoft; Ed Shikada, City of Palo Alto; and Victoria Virasingh, Palantir Technologies.
SiliconSage Director of Community Benefit & Innovation Harbir Kaur Bhatia was also named a deputy board member of Joint Venture Silicon Valley. “We are proud to work with Joint Venture Silicon Valley to promote a better Silicon Valley for all that reside here,” says Bhatia.
Established in 1993, Joint Venture Silicon Valley is a nonprofit organization that convenes the region’s leaders across every major sector—government, business, academia, labor, and community organizations. Funded by cities and counties, local companies, colleges and universities, labor and workforce institutions and foundations, the organization provides data and analysis on the region’s challenges and leads initiatives to address those challenges.
About SiliconSage® Homes
SiliconSage® Homes is focused on multi-family and mixed-use communities in Silicon Valley. An in-house design-build team creatively designs new features in each community and builds sustainable homes with energy-efficient construction in line with LEED and green standards. The company’s projects also aim to directly contribute to a better quality of life by providing shorter commutes through walkable and bikeable site designs and local economic progression. Learn more at www.SiliconSageHomes.com.