Manorama Sharma Gupta, M.D. has been selected as the President of the
Unites Nations Association of USA (UNA-USA) Long Beach Chapter starting in 2021
Los Angeles, July 14, 2021
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Manorama Sharma Gupta, M.D. has been selected as the President of the Unites Nations Association of USA (UNA-USA) Long Beach Chapter starting in 2021. She is presently a Commissioner of Health & Human Services for the City of Long Beach. She is also the Founder and President of the Global Peace Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization that has been helping children and families in Southern California for over a decade.
For the UNA-USA Long Beach Chapter, Dr. Gupta is engaged in promoting the sustainable developmental goals of the United Nations.
Dr. Gupta is widely recognized for her leadership abilities, having held leadership positions in several organizations. She has been the Chairwoman of the Board of Trustee, and President, of India Medical Association of Southern California (IMASC); the President and chairwoman of Federation of Indian Association (FIA); and the President and Chairwoman of India Association of Southern California (IASC). She has also been serving the community through volunteer work for a number of other societies and organizations, such as NFIA, Gopio LA, and India@75.
In her own professional work, Dr. Gupta was the Vice chairwoman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital in Fountain Valley CA, and an Advisory Board member of Outpatient Surgery Center of Fountain Valley Hospital in Fountain Valley. She also provided community service as a speaker on health topics in different associations, hospitals and Chambers of Commerce.
Manorama Gupta served in numerous capacities in her medical field, including on the Physician’s Advisory Committee to California Assemblywoman Doris Allen; as Honorary member of Physicians' Advisory Board of National Republican Congressional Committee, Washington, D.C. in 2003; and as a member of the Physician’s Advisory Panel of Medical World News.
Manorama S. Gupta has been recognized for public service, including as the Pioneer of Healthcare Reform by The National Republican Congressional Committee’s Physician’s Advisory Board in 2004; and as Honorary Chairwoman of Business Advisory Council by The National Republican Congressional Committee for 2003. She has also been awarded the National Leadership Award by The National Republican Congressional Committee in 2003; Physician of the Year Award for 2003 from The National Republican Congressional Committee Physicians' Advisory Board; and Ronald Reagan Republican Gold Medal Award 2004 from National Republican National Republican Congressional Committee.