News: Ex-Chairman of GSTN and Former MD of IMA India joins Wheebox Board

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Ex-Chairman of GSTN and Former MD of IMA India joins Wheebox Board

Wheebox Board already includes Sumit Sinha, Managing Director of Multiples Alternate Asset Management, Pankaj Bansal and Shelly Singh, Co-founders from PeopleStrong and Pawan Kumar, Co-Founder of Wheebox.
Ex-Chairman of GSTN and Former MD of IMA India joins Wheebox Board

Talent Assessment firm, Wheebox appointed Navin Kumar, ex-chairman of Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN), Radha Ahluwalia, former Managing Director of IMA India and Jeff Ross from UK Skills have joined the board of directors. 

Navin Kumar, IAS officer from the Bihar Cadre of 1975 batch served as the Chairman of GSTN for Government of India from March 2014 to August 2017. Prior to that, he held offices of Chief Secretary for the Government of Bihar. Whereas Radha Ahluwalia has a reputable career spanning across 22 years in IMA India out of which 12 years she served as the Managing Director. Jeff Ross is former Director of UK Skills and e-Assessment Association, based out of United Kingdom.

Welcoming new board members Nirmal Singh, Founder & CEO of Wheebox said ‘As leaders in the digital expansion and human capital space, Wheebox will benefit from the unique perspectives they offer and the enthusiasm they bring to the talent assessment space. We also want to thank our other board members for the significant guidance and support they have provided, including helping shape the talent assessment and India’s high growth employment generation spot.”

Wheebox Board already includes Sumit Sinha, Managing Director of Multiples Alternate Asset Management, Pankaj Bansal and Shelly Singh, Co-founders from PeopleStrong and Pawan Kumar, Co-Founder of Wheebox. 

 

Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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