Business Head Honcho Sudha Reddy Attends The White House Correspondents’ Dinner

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Sudha Reddy’s influence and work ethic is unmatched. As the director of MEIL Group, she heads one of the biggest conglomerates in India and does so effortlessly and impactfully. She has won international acclaim for her work at MEIL and Sudha Reddy Foundation.

She was invited to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner 2023. The event is understood to be one of the most important events in DC and brings together the top players from the field of business, entertainment, journalism and politics. The guest list consists of handpicked names and with years of technological developments, international philanthropic and a massive following under her belt, it comes as no surprise that Reddy was invited to the star-studded event. She is the second ever woman from India to attend the White House Correspondents’, and first Hyderabad native to do so!

Key figures of the Biden administration were present at the extravaganza and so were celebrities like John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Winnie Harlow, Julia Fox, Brittney Griner, Kelly Ripa and Ke Huy Quan. Sudha Reddy had in-depth conversations about current affairs and social issues with many attendees and impressed them with her knowledge and thoughtful opinions.

She also attended the State Of Qatar WHC Soiree and CBS After Party. She was seen interacting with the Ambassador of Qatar, Ambassador of Iran, Ambassador of France and other dignitaries.

Her evening was full of fruitful conversations and was as shiny as her Emerald Green Jenny packham gown. She paired the gown with timeless, iconic accessories – an Emerald Croc Skin Birkin 30 and a Bulgari Serpenti Necklace. She was a dazzling vision at the Afterparty as well, where she wore a bedazzled pinstripe blazer and a tasteful black jumpsuit. Her looks choices were the epitome of power dressing and did justice to her larger-than-life persona.

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