Qure.ai appoints Poonam Ajgaonkar as Chief People Officer

By : |May 31, 2023 0

Qure.a has announced the appointment of Poonam Ajgaonkar as Chief People Officer. With her extensive experience in human resources, Poonam brings valuable expertise to strategically drive Qure.ai’s employee experience across geographies.

As Chief People Officer, Poonam will be responsible for driving the people and talent strategy at Qure.ai. Her expertise will be instrumental in attracting and retaining top talent, enhancing employee engagement, and fostering an inclusive work culture globally.

While commenting on the new leadership hire, Prashant Warier, Founder and CEO of Qure.ai, said, “We are delighted to welcome Poonam to our leadership team. Her extensive experience in HR leadership, diversity &inclusion, and her passion for fostering a positive work culture aligns perfectly with our vision. We believe that Poonam’s expertise will play a vital role in attracting and nurturing talent at Qure.ai as we continue to scale our operations and expand our global footprint.”

Poonam brings over 20 years of extensive experience in diverse industries, including Pharma, Data & Technology, and Shipping. With a Business Degree in Human Resource Management, she has played a crucial role in providing strong organisational leadership, while passionately and strategically driving engagement, diversity, inclusion, and well-being initiatives across organisations. Poonam is a Certified Professional Behavioural Analyst, an Executive Coach with expertise in Emotional Intelligence and a Mental Health First Aider. Poonam on her new rolecommented, “I am honoured to be a part of Qure.ai, a purpose driven company that is revolutionizing healthcare through AI-driven solutions. I am eager to contribute to the growth and development of Qure.ai’s talented workforce and help create an inclusive environment where every employee can thrive and make a significant impact,”.

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