Bangalore, April 16, 2021: Lenovo, has announced the appointment of Bhavya Misra as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for India. She will be responsible for leading HR for the India business.
Bhavya brings in over 13 years of experience at PepsiCo and Bharti Walmart. In her last role in PepsiCo, she was the HR Business Partner for Commercial, Finance, and IT for Africa, Middle East, and South Asia. She has worked across a wide variety of business models like COBO, Franchise, Retail and across India, Nepal, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh. . Bhavya worked with Bharti Walmart in the talent management space between 2009-11. Bhavya is an MBA from Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, and a Physics graduate from St Stephen’s College, Delhi University.
Says Subhankar Roy Chowdhury, Executive Director & Head HR - Asia Pacific: “I am delighted to welcome Bhavya in this new role at Lenovo where she will lead Lenovo India’s People Strategy on our transforming journey from a global devices company to a technology leader in global devices + solutions, services, and software. Bhavya joins Lenovo especially at a time when Lenovo India employees have demonstrated high workforce resilience and teamwork to build a stronger organization during covid. I am confident that her rich experience will strengthen Lenovo’s HR goals for India and elevate the people's experience during these difficult times when HR as a function has taken a leadership role in navigating the pandemic. I wish her good luck and success on this new endeavor”
Adds Bhavya Misra: “I am really looking forward to this opportunity. Lenovo is in an exciting space that is constantly growing and transforming. This is a winning team and I aim to use my expertise to partner with the business and create an impactful people strategy and talent programs. The HR team has been doing some great work in these challenging times and we will continue to put employees at the center of everything we do. I hope to contribute meaningfully to the success of Lenovo and its vision for Smarter Technology For All.”