Priya Ramdev leads people function of McKinsey in India

29 May 2022 1 min. read
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Global strategy consulting firm McKinsey & Company has welcomed Priya Ramdev as its new Chief People Officer for the Indian market.

In her role, Ramdev will be in charge of driving the company’s talent and recruitment agenda and overseeing its people function.

McKinsey & Company has been active in India for over 25 years, and works for top officials in the government sector and senior management in the private market. The firm serves the Indian market from offices in Bengaluru, Chennai, Gurugram and Mumbai.

Priya Ramdev, Chief People Officer India, McKinsey

Commenting on her move, Ramdev said, “I am thrilled to join the dynamic McKinsey & Company team in India and become a part of their strong performance-oriented culture. I’m truly excited to be part of the firm and work closely with the best in the business to build multi-skilled teams that will enable us to deliver higher impact for clients and more innovative solutions for our ecosystem.”

Ramdev brings around 15 years of experience in human resources to the consulting firm, all of which she gained at counterpart Accenture. In her most recent role, Ramdev was Head of HR for Accenture Strategy, Accenture’s management consulting wing.

Her experience spans the human resources function, from talent and recruitment strategy through to HR operations, technology, competency architecture, talent analytics, and workforce planning.

Ramdev reports to Deva Grant, Asia leader of McKinsey & Company’s people function.

With over 30,000 employees globally, McKinsey & Company is one of the world’s leading – and arguably also most scrutinised – management consulting firms. The company was founded in 1926 in the United States and is currently led by the American Bob Sternfels.