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The Resource 24 x7 appoints Dr. Anuradha Rao as Consulting Editor & Advisor

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The Resource 24 x7 appoints Dr. Anuradha Rao as Consulting Editor & Advisor

The Resource 24x7, a Mumbai based media consultancy specializing in creating content led communication platforms, has appointed Dr. Anuradha Rao as Consulting Editor and Advisor.

Dr. Rao has 24 years of experience in Human Resources. She has held various leadership positions in organizations like GE, IBM, Mphasis, Genpact and Deutsche Bank and has completed her doctorate in English Literature from the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (India) and also holds a diploma in journalism.

Commenting on her new role, Jayesh Asher, Founder of The Resource 24 x7 said, “Her passion for writing coupled with expertise in the field of HR will add immense value to the firm and her involvement will support in further enhancing content quality and thereby accelerate the organization to the next level. The Resource 24 x7 has, since its inception in October 1, 2012, executed 38 initiatives in leading publications and has successfully gained recognition for its work amongst leading media houses.”

Dr. Rao is an avid traveller and writes extensively. She maintains a blog where she occasionally writes on issues relates to gender diversity and indulges in political analysis.


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