At Compass, we strongly believe that besides being ethical businesspeople, it is very important for us to be good and kind citizens. We are big proponents of giving back to our community.
Deepa Balepur, co-founder of Compass Real Estate, LLC, is a first generation immigrant story, a story of humble beginnings. She moved to the United States in the early nineties from India, started her family, pursued her career and business and today, Lancaster County is home. She thanks the Lancaster community at large for creating such a warm and supportive environment. To her, the real joy of celebrating one’s culture and heritage is to share it with others. Under her leadership, the Indian Organization of Lancaster County was formed and continues to flourish.
In addition, she values her involvement with the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry (current board member and member of the Diversity Advisory Group), Rotary Club of Lancaster, United Way (committee member), Millersville University, Ware Center – Advisory Council, American Cancer Society (volunteer leadership council).
Her success mantra – “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
Giving Back to our Community
By Jane Holahan | Lancaster Newspapers Indian culture, from the food to spiritual beliefs to the way people dress and dance, was celebrated at Millersville University Saturday afternoon. Namaste, an Indian Festival, was held in the Student Memorial Center. “The.
Indian culture shines at Mela festival in Lititz By Alex Geli | Staff Writer TownNews.com/Lancaster Newspapers Deepa Balepur, president of the Indian Organization of Lancaster County, was one busy lady on Saturday, when IOLC hosted its first-ever Mela, or festival, in.
The Indian Organization of Lancaster County was founded to help promote Indian culture, heritage and traditions while bringing together the fast- growing community of Indians in the area. Their latest event is a festival celebrating India at the Ware Center.
It’s the moments that matter in Rotary and SDL mentoring program By SUSAN BALDRIGE | Staff Writer Lancaster Newspapers There were a few moments that changed the lives of a handful of people in Lancaster. But they weren’t just any.
UTSAV Festival brings the culture of India to the Ware Center By Stephen Kopfinger | Correspondent TownNews.com | Lancaster Newspapers So you think you know India? Yes, it’s the land of the Taj Mahal, Mahatma Gandhi, sitar music, Bollywood and.