Campaign India Team
Jun 10, 2021

Madhvi Pahwa elevated as GroupM South Asia's chief people officer

Replaces Rohit Suri who is leaving the organisation

Madhvi Pahwa
Madhvi Pahwa
GroupM has announced Madhvi Pahwa as its chief people officer for South Asia. Pahwa was chief people officer at Mindshare Apac prior. 
 
Pahwa will report to Prasanth Kumar, CEO, GroupM South Asia. She replaces Rohit Suri who is moving on to explore other opportunities.
 
Kumar said. “Madhvi has a proven track record of delivering innovation and education that moves the dial for the business. She is the perfect choice to lead the GroupM South Asia talent team and to lead us into the next phase of our growth. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Rohit Suri for his commitment and efforts in helping build the talent team across South Asia. We greatly appreciate his contributions and wish him the best.”
 
Pahwa said, “Our employee promise has been to make Mindshare the place where you do your best work, and it has certainly been true for me. The people, priorities and culture just come together almost magically to bring out the best in you. I am grateful and proud to be part of the GroupM network that has given me growth opportunities across multiple agencies and geographic remits spanning global, regional and markets while supporting flexibility and personal priorities. I am super excited for the next chapter for GroupM India.”
 
A replacement for the role of Mindshare APAC CPO will be announced shortly.
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Campaign India

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