Deepali Jamwal inducted into Marquis who’s who biographical registry

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 16: In what could be termed as a remarkable achievement, Deepali Jamwal, has been inducted into Marquis who’s who biographical registry.
A multifaceted community leader and founder of Live2Dance, Jamwal has been recognized for her expertise and enthusiasm.
With an MBA in finance and a passion for dance, Deepali has become a prominent figure in Seattle’s immigrant community, creating a thriving dance empire that goes beyond traditional dance studios.
Deepali’s mission is to foster a more inclusive and joyful community while promoting Indian arts and culture in the United States.
Through Live2Dance, she has provided a home away from home for nearly 1200 people, many of whom credit their survival in the US to her support. The dance studio has not only helped individuals overcome challenges during the pandemic but has also aided immigrants in settling down, combating anxieties, and dealing with homesickness.
Deepali’s contributions have garnered significant recognition. In 2023, she was awarded ‘The Most Admired Global Indian’ by Unified Brianz for her efforts in building a community for immigrants in Seattle. In 2022, she was also acknowledged as one of the ‘Top 30 Women Entrepreneurs’ and featured in professional publications such as Entrepreneurs Herald, Passion Vista, Bloomberg, NY Journal, Seattle Dances, and Rites of Green.
Despite facing initial setbacks in obtaining a business permit as an immigrant, Deepali’s determination led her to open Live2Dance in October 2019. However, the studio was forced to shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges, she persevered and rebuilt Live2Dance from scratch with the support of her community.
Deepali believes that passion is a crucial element often missing in businesses. She sees her dance studio as more than just a profit-oriented enterprise; it is a pillar of the community. The impact on students’ lives is more important to her than the bottom line, as exemplified by stories of students overcoming anxiety with the help of Live2Dance.
Her husband, Ashish Chauhan, describes Live2Dance as a microcosm of tightly knit global communities.
Marquis Who’s Who, which has chronicled the lives of accomplished individuals since 1899, has now inducted Deepali Jamwal into their prestigious biographical registry. This recognition further solidifies her status as an influential leader and innovator.