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How This Man Journeyed 7,000 Miles To Serve His Community

For the Year of the Boomer — 2014 is the year the youngest Boomers turn 50 — here is another installment in my survey of 50 Boomers across 10 career categories who have reinvented themselves within the last 10 years. The adage that “all politics is local” might also apply to social entrepreneurship. Bhagwati (B.P.) Agrawal is a social entrepreneur with a stellar corporate track record who decided to pivot into the non-profit world to address dire circumstances 7,000 miles away in his home state of Rajasthan in India. Plagued with recurring drought, Rajasthan has only 45 days of measurable rain per year. Agrawal, who studied in the U.S., and made his career here as a R&D exec with Fortune 500

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