Campaign India Team
May 13, 2016

Hill+Knowlton Strategies announces two senior hires

Michelle Pereira to head Mumbai ops, marcom and consumer practice; Vidisha Chatterjee named GM – client engagement and operations

Hill+Knowlton Strategies announces two senior hires
PR firm Hill+Knowlton Strategies has announced two new appointments in India.
Michelle Pereira joins the agency as director for marketing communication and consumer practice India and managing director of its Mumbai office. Pereira replaces Carolina James Bajaj, who left the agency in February to join Star Sports. Pereira was at Adfactors prior. 
Vidisha Chatterjee joins as general manager – client engagement and operations and will be based in Gurgaon. The position is a newly created one. She was managing partner at Genesis Burson Marsteller last. 
Radhika Shapoorjee, president – India and South Asia, H+K Strategies, said, "Michelle will establish the India marketing and communication practice and consolidate our clients and teams to build creative, integrated powerful campaigns. She has a well-established track record of winning and leading some of India’s most sought after client partnerships and her experience will be a significant asset to our business and growth strategy. Vidisha will work closely with clients and teams to focus on creativity and operational excellence. I am delighted to welcome both leaders into the H+K family.
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