EEMA Announces New Members of National Executive Committee
EEMA has just announced the list of names who will make up the new National Executive Committee. Sabbas Joseph will continue as President of the NEC to ensure a smooth transition in the leadership. Members include Mandeep Singh as Executive Vice President; Anjali Pasricha as General Secretary; Ankur Kalra as Treasurer; Vijay Nair as Senior Vice President; Meenu Varma as VP – North; Oum Pradutt, VP – South; Tabassum Modi, VP – West; Vijay Bokadia, VP – East; Poonam Lal, VP – Gender Equality, Brand & Communication; Avik Menezes, VP – Youth Empowerment; Sushma Gaikwad, VP – Education and Talent Development; Sid Ganeriwalla, VP – Health and Safety; Harjinder Singh, VP – Regional Association engagement; Rakhi Kankaria, VP – FICCI/ CII Engagement; Vijay Arora, VP – Ecosystem Engagement; and Gautam Jain, Mentor, East.
Commenting on the new committee, Sabbas Joseph remarked, “While forming the new National Leadership Team, we’ve looked at new faces, new energies and new leaders from across the organisation as much as possible. We’ve broad-based ourselves to bring in fresh leaders knowing fully well that the old guard will support the new team as their own.” While EEMA has brought in a lot of new blood into the organisation, it also retains a number of key members to ensure continuity.
“The new team has young leaders and we have several of our women leaders taking pole position. And both of these aspects make me especially proud. I am particularly delighted to welcome Anjali Pasricha, Meenu Varma and Avik Menezes as first-time members of the NEC. There are multiple new faces in the National Working Committee and I’m delighted that we have so many wonderful people as leaders of EEMA companies,” added Joseph.
This new development comes with its fair share of farewells, even as Rajeev Jain has requested to be relieved of his responsibilities at the AGM. Joseph said, “Rajeev has served in various positions across the NEC over the last 10 years. In the last three years, he has worked tirelessly alongside me on some of the most important initiatives and has also guarded our finances like he would do his own. Thanks Rajeev. May your tribe increase.”
There are separate National Councils being constituted for Youth Empowerment, Women Empowerment, Health & Safety, Education & Talent Development and the first-ever CFOs Council.
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