My name is Elamathy Rajah, and I’ve been living in the US for the past 17 years. Originally from Malaysia, my life has been a journey through
different cultures and experiences, and I’m married with two wonderful kids, Pranav and Prethii Kumar. They are my constant source of inspiration and joy,
and watching them grow and learn brings me immense happiness.
Growing up in Malaysia exposed me to a mix of cultures from an early age. The tapestry of traditions, languages, and beliefs in my home country
instilled in me a deep appreciation for the beauty of diversity. When I moved to the United States, I brought this perspective with me, allowing me to connect
with people from all walks of life.
One of my greatest passions is education, and I’ve found immense joy in teaching. For the past 7 years, I’ve been volunteering at the Alpharetta Tamil School. Working with young children and being part of their learning journey has been incredibly rewarding
In addition to my work at the Alpharetta Tamil School(ATS), I also extend my volunteering efforts to the Atlanta Tamil Mandram (ATM). This involvement
has given me a broader platform to share my passion and commitment to fostering cultural exchange.
Being part of ATM allows me to connect with a wider community and contribute to creating a sense of unity and understanding among people from various backgrounds.
As I reflect on my journey from Malaysia to the US and my involvement with the ATS and ATM, I’m reminded of the importance of embracing our heritage while embracing new experiences.
My story is a blend of diverse influences, and I’m excited to continue sharing my love for teaching, my passion for cultural exchange,and my commitment to making a positive impact in my community and beyond