Shruthi Reddy, ESQ
Reddy Set Yoga
"Peace comes from within.
Do not seek it without''
Change is Happening
It happens when a young girl stands up to claim her right to an education. It happens when a woman escapes the grip of human trafficking. It happens when out of desperation, a woman defies cultural abuse to claim her rights as a full member of society.
It’s the spirit of Saris to Suits, it’s what we stand for, and it happens every day. With your help, we take this society-transforming message to everyone who needs inspiration and encouragement.
On behalf the United Nations (UN), SarisToSuits founder traveled to Tunisia following the Arab Spring, a series of pro-democracy uprisings that enveloped several largely Muslim countries, including Tunisia, Morocco, Syria, Libya, Egypt, and Bahrain. She traveled twice to North Africa to media train women considering a run for politics for the first time. A coalition named Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet won the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize for helping to prevent the Jasmine revolution from descending into chaos like the uprisings in other Arab spring countries.
Patti Tripathi, seen in this photo with Nelson Mandela's daughter Princess Zenani Mandela-Dlamini, then an Ambassador to Argentina after a successful career in business. His granddaughters, HRH Princess Zaziwe Manaway and HRH Princess Swati Dlamini-Mandela are the directors of the company known as Long Walk to Freedom Brand.
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“Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it,she stands up for all women.”
- Maya Angelou
Garments such as “saris” or “suits” do not make a person more or less empowered. Rather, our trademarked and registered brand implies these savvy and worldly women travel fluidly between continents, chasms, and communities AND serve as real-life role models for young girls and women.
It has multiple meanings – East to West, woman to man, and the assimilation process reflected in attire occurs when women enter the workforce.
Saris to Suits ® is incorporated as a non-profit public charity, and exempt from federal tax under 501(C)3 Revenue Code, which means contributions are deductible under section 170 of the code.