Dr. Surajit Khanna is a child safety advocate and a longtime supporter of child safety issues. He is an attorney and a “servant” of those in underserved communities. His focus is mainly on child safety issues and implementation of his Post Incarceration Juvenile Justice Reformation Act Initiative, called in short ReturingYouth.com. This initiative provides young adults with a pathway to be reintegrated into society, pursuing a new and productive life after being released from incarceration. His wish is to change society’s perspective of released young adults so they recognize their own value, and flourish in their own communities. Dr. Khanna is also a Champion of Voice of the Kids, a non-profit organization working on Child Safety issues. He believes in providing solutions that provide a better and safer future for the children and young adults, preventing them from being incarcerated.
Dr. Khanna’s legal and management work experience in several multinational fortune 500 companies around the globe, in addition to his time as a senior executive in New York City under the administration of the former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, provides support in execution of various initiatives to handle child safety issues including Human Trafficking, Abduction, Abuse, Bullying, Online Safety, and more.
Dr. Khanna is also a interviewer on the Voice of the Kids Radio Segment broadcasted into over 30 million homes in the NYC Tristate Area on WPAT AM 930 on the radio dial, where he interviews people involved in Child Safety and issues surrounding the Juvenile Justice Reformation Act. Dr. Khanna is actively seeking real solutions to today’s issues. His radio segment is broadcasted during evening drivetime on most Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Fridays.
Dr. Khanna also participates in a digital internet video show with Gary Scarano every Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays a little after 9AM called “SunRISE with Dr. Surajit Khanna, a “News BYTE” for ages 10 to 25. During these short segments he talks about relevant news of the day and sometime will invite a young person to join him on the show.
Dr. Khanna speaks at events, provides quotes to the media, and volunteers at his time on Child Safety issues. Dr. Khanna helps those children whose voices are not being heard. He seeks to educate both children and adults, and connecting kids in need to those organizations that can and will help. He also supports mentoring opportunities with organizations providing appropriate supervision. Dr. Khanna has already represented Voice of the Kids (blog/videos) at the following:
- The Chestnut Ridge Middle School Ties For Guys Event, a mentoring event for its students where Dr. Khanna was presented an award for his work on Child Safety issues, and where he gave a speech to 300 people, including about 90 middle school children.
- A Child Trafficking Panel Talk Event hosted at a local Library by Voice Of The Kids with 50 people in attendance where Dr. Surajit Khanna was the Key Note Speaker. He was also interviewed by WRCR AM 1700 on Child Trafficking in advance to his talk.
- The Joan’s Joy Event on September 28th, 2019. Joan’s Joy is an organization in memory of 7-year-old Joan D’Alessandro who was murdered and sexually assaulted while delivering Girl Scout cookies. John Douglas, who wrote the book “Mind Hunter” from which the Netflix show is based, worked on this case when Joan’s murderer was up for parole and was key in getting it denied.
- Dr. Khanna with Voice of the Kids, gave food out in an underprivileged neighborhood in West Philadelphia.
- Provided support for Teen Driving Safety.
- Dr. Khanna is a determined supporter of Children’s Safety issues and participates in events through his effort with Khanna For Kids . He posts on a number of Social Media accounts as Champion of Voice Of The Kids. Please Visit Dr. Surajit Khanna on his Blog and Social Networks: (links below)
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Dr. Khanna has legal, management, education, and work experience in several multinational companies, in addition to his time as Deputy Commissioner for Building and Construction in New York City during the 911 attacks. He provides support regarding child safety issues including Human Trafficking, Abduction, Abuse, Bullying, Online Safety, Underprivileged Children, Online Dating Security, Health, Immigration, and more. To contact him, please click here.