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Rome Thalop, Managing Partner of Thalop Capital, Joins the Burmese American Community Institute (BACI) Board of Advisors

Thalop Media

Aug 21, 2023

Rome Thalop Joins the Burmese American Community Institute's Board of Advisors


Indianapolis, IN, August 21, 2023 - Thalop Group is delighted to announce that Rome Thalop, the Managing Partner of Thalop Capital, has accepted an invitation to join the Board of Advisors for the Burmese American Community Institute (BACI).


The Burmese American Community Institute (BACI) has long been dedicated to fostering cultural understanding and education between Burmese and American communities. With Mr. Thalop's addition to the advisory board, BACI gains a member experienced in strategic planning and community engagement. Mr. Thalop's expertise aligns with BACI's objectives, and his appointment reinforces BACI's ongoing efforts to involve diverse stakeholders in its mission to strengthen community ties.


Elaisa Vahnie, Founder of BACI, expressed his enthusiasm about Mr. Thalop's decision: "We are especially delighted that Rome Thalop has accepted to serve on the Advisory Board of Capital Campaign for Burmese Community Center to be developed and pledged to support the campus development financially as well. We look forward to collaboratively working with The Thalop Group as we create a HOME for all, a campus to serve the community better and more impactfully."


Thalop Group Media extends its heartfelt congratulations to both Rome Thalop and the Burmese American Community Institute. We anticipate witnessing the ripple effect of this collaboration in the coming years, fostering an environment of mutual respect, cultural understanding, and community growth.


About The Thalop Group:


Founded in 2018, The Thalop Group is a notable financial firm specializing in private equity real estate investments. At the core of their operations lies a deep understanding of the complex landscape of real estate investments. The team at Thalop Group navigates this domain by integrating in-depth market analysis, prudent risk management, and asset optimization strategies. This holistic approach enables them to meet a range of client needs, spanning from asset acquisition and disposition to innovative financing solutions.


About the Burmese American Community Institute:


The Burmese American Community Institute is a non-profit organization founded in 2011 that provides human services and social services and educational and vocational support to the Burmese and newcomer community in greater Indianapolis. The BACI supports community members regionally, nationally, and globally through strategic partnerships and advocacy. Since its inception, the BACI has assisted over 16,000+ individuals.

With a strong conviction of the founding leaders of the need for investing in people and education, the birth of the organization is a result of many years of consultations and deliberation with community leaders and stakeholders, with the following vision and mission:


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