The number of Indian origin top position holders in the administration of the new US President Joe Biden is swelling daily . Two more Indian-American experts in public service have been appointed to key positions at AmeriCorps, the federal agency for volunteering and service. Sonali Nijhawan has been named Director of AmeriCorps State and National, and 42-year-old Sri Preston Kulkarni as the new Chief of External Affairs. According to the release by AmeriCorps, Kulkarni`s appointment, along with Nijhawan and Dan Kohl, reflects the Biden administration`s commitment to diverse leadership. The AmeriCorps stated that in their respective roles, these leaders will use service to support the administration`s agenda, focusing on four of the most urgent challenges of our time: Coronavirus, economic recovery, racial equity, and climate change. Kulkarni brings a variety of experience in service and public affairs to AmeriCorps, including his 14 years as a foreign service officer with the State Department where he specialized in public diplomacy and worked in public affairs and international information programs, completing tours in Taiwan, Russia, Iraq, Israel, Jamaica and Washington. Nijhawan has committed her career to develop leaders and growing national service.