WICCI announces members for 2022
Appoints Tarunjeet Rattan as vice president
Feb 25, 2022 04:41:00 AM | Article | Campaign India Team
The Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (WICCI) Public Relations and Digital Marketing Council, has announced the names of council members for the year 2022.
Tarunjeet Rattan, founder, Nucleus PR, has been appointed as vice president.
The council will continue to be led by Kavita Lakhani, national president, WICCI Public Relations and Digital Marketing Council, and director operations, Weber Shandwick.
Below is the list of other members who are on the council for the year 2022:
- Aruna Balkrishna Singh, vice president corporate communications, Tata AIA Life Insurance
- Arunima Singh, vice president- health digital, Havas Life Sorento
- Barnali Das, head of corporate communications, Uber India South Asia
- Bishnupriya Narayan, AVP, corporate communications, Dream Sports
- Charu Raizada, communication consultant
- Cheryl Dsouza Waldiya, corporate communications lead, K Raheja Corp
- Divya Narayan, senior PR manager, Amazon India
- Manali Pilankar, vice president, corporate communications, JM Financial
- Megha Shrimali, associate vice president, Pixelated Egg Digital Ventures
- Mou Chakravorty, associate director, marketing communications, Deloitte India
- Namita Ramani Sharma, chief marketing manager, Tata AIG General Insurance
- Neha Mishra, founder, Neha Talks and partner, Epinomi Consulting
- Neha Singhvi, director-communication and reputation, Games 24x7
- Pooja Trehan, director, marketing communications, SugarBox Networks
- Preeti Binoy, head, corporate communications and government affairs, Kimberly-Clark India
- Priya Bendre, AGM - corporate communications, Fortis Healthcare
- Radha Radhakrishnan, global head - corporate communications, Wipro Enterprises
Lakhani said, “Through this year, the council will lay greater focus on rolling out initiatives that ‘equip’ – viz. mentoring and a series of upskilling masterclasses. We will also invite some of the inspiring leaders in the industry to mentor and share best practices for balanced leadership. I want to take this opportunity to thank all the council members for their meaningful contribution and making 2021 a truly impactful year. I am surely sad to see some council members move on, but at the same time I am excited to welcome some new members who have joined us this year as we work towards creating an inclusive environment for women in the communications industry.”
Rattan added, “The council has become a strong force to reckon with in the industry. It is focused on not just throwing a spotlight on some very pertinent challenges but is also solution-oriented. This year, we will add some experienced and some fresh voices, energies, and ideas from the Council to the conversation. Year one has been fantastic. I can’t wait to see the energy Year 2 brings to the discussion.”
Launched in October 2020, the council aims to enable, equip and empower women to rise to leadership levels within the communications industry.