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Deepa Harris leaves Taj Group after a 28-year stint

18-March-2015
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Deepa Harris leaves Taj Group after a 28-year stint

Deepa Harris who has been with the Taj Group for the last 28 years,  has exited the group in her role as  Senior Vice President-Marketing and Sales. An English graduate from Delhi University’s Lady Shriram College, Harris served as Vice President Marketing for nearly seven years before being elevated to Senior Vice President’ role.

Prior to joining Taj, she was Features Editor of 'Fashion' magazine, a Clarion publication. Harris is an executive committee member of the PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association) India Chapter and part of the marketing think tank of the Experience India Society, a public & private partnership between Ministry of Tourism & Industry.

At the time of filing this report, exchange4media did not get a confirmation to the email sent to Harris.

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