Texas boss says Aishwarya Thatikonda had talent to be CEO Hyderabad News – Times of India

Hyderabad: Aishwarya Thatikonda, 27, had the potential to one day become the head of a company. After graduating as a civil engineer, he got a job as a project engineer with a construction company in Frisco, Texas, but his employer saw a future CEO in him.
Tragically, the Saroornagar girl’s dream died with her when she was gunned down by a gunman in a mass shooting at a mall in Dallas, Texas on May 6. Nine people were shot and killed that fateful day. According to the Consul General of India (CGI) in Houston, Texas, two other Indians suffered bullet injuries.
Srinivas Chaluvadi, president of Perfect General Contractors LLC, recently told CBS News after his death, “I had planned to make him CEO of the company.” He said Aishwarya was good at her work and had plans to buy a house in Dallas and settle down. Srinivas said, “She was like a daughter to me.” People in his office cabin are sending bouquets to express their grief. Srinivas said he plans to build a permanent memorial for Aishwarya in her cabin.
Since her birthday was on 18 May, the company was preparing to host a big celebration. Her visit to Allen Mall on that fateful day was also to buy a dress for the celebration.
On May 6, when Aishwarya did not return to her room, her friends started getting worried. His phone was switched off. Ashok Kolla of the Telugu Association of North America (TANA), who was interviewed by Fox 4 Dallas Fort, said they started looking for her in various hospitals, but could not find her. Finally, when he made inquiries at the Collin County Medical Examiner’s Office, he learned of the sad news.
“We didn’t want to break sad news to the family, but it is what it is,” Ashok said. He said he called up the family in Saroornagar. Aishwarya’s family lives in Saroornagar and her father is a judge in the Rangareddy district court.
The CGI said that Aishwarya’s mortal remains will be sent back home after the formalities are completed. CGI is also in touch with Aishwarya’s family and local authorities. The CGI said, “Our officials are on the ground to provide all possible assistance. We are closely monitoring the situation.”
Meanwhile, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said he was closely monitoring the incident and taking regular updates from Indian Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu.
Telangana Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao also assured help in bringing Aishwarya’s body home.