Campaign India Team
Jun 28, 2021

Kinnect names Vibha Sharma as VP of HR

Last full time stint was with Vuclip

Kinnect names Vibha Sharma as VP of HR
Kinnect has announced the appointment of Vibha Sharma as vice president of human resources.
Sharma was working as a clinical psychologist for the last two years, prior to which she was head - people and culture at Vuclip.
Rohan Mehta, CEO, Kinnect, said, “KinnectEDGE - our culture - has always been the key differentiator and has underpinned our success as a company. In a people driven business, HR is literally the most important function, and with the pandemic, it has become even more important. Given the new work from home environment, we see lots of things changing in terms of policy and procedures and hence Vibha’s knowledge and domain expertise will help us get ready for this new phase and the new work culture that the pandemic has exposed us to.”
Sharma added, "Leading human resources at a culture-driven company like Kinnect is an exciting opportunity. As Kinnect continues to expand its footprint in the digital spectrum, talent will continue to be at its top priority. This makes it even more vital that every Kinnector has the same great experience. The HR function will be key in ensuring this, and I look forward to creating an impactful talent strategy by streamlining existing processes and implementing new initiatives for the company's positive growth." 
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