Winners of HRD Asia Hot List 2020 revealed

12 HR leaders have showcased their commendable dedication to the field

Winners of HRD Asia Hot List 2020 revealed

HRD today revealed the annual Asia Hot List.

This year, 12 stellar HR leaders were recognised for their dedication to enhance HR’s reputation both within their own organisations and the wider industry.

“The winners are well-deserved, having showcased their ability for great leadership,” said Justin Kennedy, the APAC managing director at Key Media, publisher of HRD Asia. “The leaders consistently prove to be both people champions and impactful business executives all at once.”

The winners of HRD Asia Hot List 2020 are as follows:

  • Anuradha Purbey, People Director - Asia, Aviva
  • Brian Fischer, Asia HR Director, Intel
  • Chinmay Sharma, Director - People & Culture, Philip Morris International
  • Christine Rumble, Chief Talent & Culture Officer, Accor Hotels & Resorts
  • Christophe Lange, Vice President, Human Resources, Asia Pacific and Global Commercial Excellence, Ingredion
  • Elizabeth Faber, Asia Pacific Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte
  • Francis Tan, VP, Talent Management & Learning, MGM China
  • Mukta Arya, Head-HR (SEA)/Head-Talent Development and Inclusion, Societe Generale, Asia-Pacific
  • Neha Pareek, HR Director, ASEAN, IBM
  • Sha-Ron Low, Regional HR Director, Asia Pacific South, Dassault Systèmes
  • Siddharth Nagpal, Senior Professional, New Development Bank
  • Suresh Rai, Vice President Human Resources, South East Asia and Australasia, Unilever

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