Reshma Dordi is an award-winning journalist and one of the most seasoned presenters in the United States. She is also the executive producer and lead anchor of the premier watched South Asian show in the US, titled ‘Showbiz India’ which has been broadcasting on air for the past 18 years and has over a million viewers. Dordi has interviewed many A-list artists since the inception of the show. Dordi is also the executive producer and anchor of a brand new TV show called ‘Luminaries’ which highlights the stories of successful South Asians based in the United States. Through the medium of this show, Dordi aims to inspire and empower young minds all over the world by sharing the struggle and success stories of pioneers and masterminds, in technology, science, arts, business and many other fields. In addition to that, Dordi is also the owner of ‘Reshma Beauty®’ which offers an all-natural line of beauty products especially, Reshma Henna which a highly in-demand product in the South Asian community and rapidly expanding to a mainstream market as well. Dordi is a Harvard University graduate in Digital Marketing and also possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, specializing in Broadcast Journalism. Dordi, who was former Miss LA India, began her career at CNN’s Showbiz as a producer. Shortly after, Reshma established Pearl Entertainment, Inc., which produces TV shows(Showbiz India, Luminaries), commercials and also hosts movie premiers, beauty pageants, and charitable events. Dordi has experienced plenty of media exposure and recognition herself, appearing on such TV and radio shows like, NBC’s Today Show, CBS Early Show, Inside Edition, E! Entertainment, Sony Entertainment Television, Doordarshan, KNX News Radio and Lifetime TV. Dordi was honored by the State of California for promoting South Asian culture to mainstream America. In addition to that, Dordi was recently honored by the city of Beverly Hills for her contribution in TV reporting, Media and Journalism. She is also a board of trustee for the Maitri Organization which is a NGO based in the San Francisco Bay Area, that primarily helps families from South Asia facing domestic violence, emotional abuse, cultural alienation, human trafficking or family conflict. Her other charitable works include educational scholarships under Pearl Entertainment, Inc., sponsoring Pratham, which aids in resolving child illiteracy in India and fundraising for various causes like, “Great Stars for a Great Cause,” where Bollywood Superstars and other prominent personalities were gathered with Dordi’s help in raising thousands of dollars in educational funding for the September 11th victims’ children.