At Reputation Today, engagement is our #1 priority. In the last four years we have realised how lists are both engaging and exciting. In our quest to build on this tradition of researching and producing the annual lists, we arrived at a decision to create a list of Global Indians. Our database has over 100 Indians in Public Relations and Corporate Communications who have gotten transferred to international locations. Some of them got transferred in the first five years of their stint in the organisation in India, some later. We used LinkedIn extensively to build the list.
There are those who moved countries in order to study or because of marriage or to explore greener pastures and bagged a job in the process. We did not consider this group for the first edition of the list. We included those who got transferred. In some cases they changed jobs in the new country they called home. We counted them as well. We ensured an equal mix of men and women. Something we always try and do. We also chose not to have more than one professional from the same organisation. We also chose to highlight 20 professionals ensuring a good mix of Asia, North America and Europe.
Our intent is to do this annually and not repeat names unless the person has either changed the organisation or has been promoted to a role with more responsibilities in the same one and continues to remain overseas. We hope you get inspired by these women and men and aspire to go global. And if you are the one in this list and reading this now – thank you for the inspiration!
We are grateful to WordsWork Communications Consulting for supporting the creation of this list.
Meanwhile, if you would like to nominate yourself next year’s list, please fill the form given here and share your information with us.
- Reputation Today 20 Global Indians – Class of 2021
- Reputation Today 20 Global Indians – Class of 2020
*All names appear in alphabetical order
Reputation Today 20 Global Indians – Class of 2022
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|Anubha Pandey||Head of APJ Analyst Relations and Integrated Communications
Southeast Asia & Korea
|Aniisu K Verghese Ph.D||Director – Communications||Sabre Global Capability Center||Krakaw|
|Anuj Baveja||Senior Vice President & Partner||FleishmanHillard||Raleigh|
|Arpan Basu||Strategic Communications Director
Eurasia & Middle East
|Bharat Ramanan||Principal Advisor, International Affairs & Political Risk||Rio Tinto||London|
|Bhavna Thapar||Director – Corporate Communications||Dubai World Trade Centre||Dubai|
|Karun Arya||Vice President – Group Corporate Affairs||Oriente||Singapore|
|Louella D’Costa||Executive Director & Head – Internal Content & Engagement||Standard Chartered Bank||Singapore|
|Michelle Samuel||Global Internal Communications Lead||Mondelez International||Chicago|
|Priya Dhawan||Lead – Product & Policy Communications
|Regi Philip||Lead – Communications & Public Relations
|Sahana Prabhakar||Head – Communications
APAC & India
|Sahil Raina||Media Relations Lead||World Economic Forum||Geneva|
|Shouvik P Mukherjee||Chief Creative Officer
|Shreya Mukherjee||Chief Strategy Officer||MSL||New York|
|Shweta Shukla||Head – Global Partnerships & Corporate Affairs
Unilever International & Unilever Asia Pte Ltd
|Snehhal Chitneni||AVP – Global Public Affairs||L’Oréal||Paris|
|Suren Chawla||Director – Communications
APAC & Japan
|Tonmoy Phukan||Partner Marketing Lead
|Amazon Web Services||Singapore|
|Varsha Das||Global Partnership Communications & Engagement||AstraZeneca||Cambridge|