Raveen Arora of Irving has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize
Arora went from being a refugee to supporting entrepreneurs and leading food and water drives in the U.S. and around the world.
Raveen Arora was born and raised in the slums of Calcutta, India.
As a refugee, he would walk three miles to a ration shop for staples like flour and milk, which his mother would dilute with water.
His childhood in India would shape his eventual work as a philanthropist, entrepreneur, accountant, and international humanitarian worker.