Aman was born into a Sikh family and brought up in the United Kingdom. She has a background in finance and business. Prior to living in Maryland, Aman lived in Paris, France; Melbourne, Australia; and Princeton, NJ. After moving to Maryland in 2015, Aman has worked as an active volunteer in Montgomery County. She has served on the Executive Board of the Winston Churchill High School Educational Foundation, the WCHS PTSA board, and drove efforts in diversifying their membership. Aman has also served on the Diversity Council Advisory Group at WCHS. She is a board member of Communities United Against Hate, as well as a member of Sikh Kid 2 Kid, a youth led organization dedicated to educating educators on religious literacy. Aman has also pioneered the EcoSikh Youth Camp, where elementary and middle school aged children explore educational importance of taking care of the environment.
Aman continues to serve on the executive committee of the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington. In addition to leading various food insecurity projects and other wrap around services from her local place of worship, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation, Sikh Spiritual Center, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Aman, has also led refugee support efforts in the area with the local new comer settlement agencies.
Since Aman Shergill’s time in Montgomery County, she has been a recipient of IFCMW’s 2018 Bridge Builders Award, Continuum Healthcare’s Emerging Leaders award, nominated and listed in The Marquis Who's Who, Manna Food Center’s Hero’s Against Hunger award, and GGSF’s Guru Nanak Sewa Award to list a few.