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O&M Mumbai names Hephzibah Pathak as President

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O&M Mumbai names Hephzibah Pathak as President

The Ogilvy India Board has named Hephzibah Pathak, one of Ogilvy’s most experienced 360-degree team leaders, its new President for O&M Mumbai.

Piyush Pandey, Executive Chairman, NCD, O&M India, and Vice Chairman O&M Asia Pacific said, “I am delighted that Hephzibah Pathak will now take on the responsibility of helping Ogilvy Mumbai as the new President. Hephzibah is one of the biggest champions of the Ogilvy brand and has led our team on many clients, including Unilever and Cadbury’s. Her stellar performance on Vodafone is a case history in itself.”

Reacting to her elevation, Pathak said, “I am delighted at the opportunity to lead the effort in maintaining our leadership in this business.”

During her time in O&M, Pathak has led brands across sectors such as FMCG, finance and telecom. More recently, as Executive Brand Director, she had successfully led the national brand team on Orange-Hutch-Vodafone.

She began her career with Ogilvy Chennai after a brief stint with Clarion. Pathak relocated to O&M Mumbai in 1999 to lead Pond’s and Cadbury’s, and subsequently expanded her portfolio to other brands, Unilever among them.


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