Cuemath, the global math tutoring platform, announced new C-suite appointments with the intention to strengthen and reorganize its leadership team as it embarks upon its next phase of growth.
It has appointed Samir Kulshresth as CFO, Nisha Popli as CHRO, Janardan Singh as Chief of Sales, and Anushray Gupta as Chief Product and Technology Officer. Samir and Nisha have joined Cuemath already, with Janardan and Anushray’s appointments effective from January 2022. All the new hires will report to Vivek Sunder, who was newly appointed as CEO in October.
Samir, a Chartered Accountant, comes with over 19 years of financial management experience across e-commerce, healthcare, telecom & IT/ITES sectors. He has held previous roles at Practo, Fortis Healthcare, Genpact and Indus Towers. Nisha has over 19 years of experience in directing HR programs for leading businesses, including the Big Four accountancy firms and leading global professional services firms. Prior to Cuemath, she was heading HR for Moglix India, a B2B e-commerce start-up. She has also worked as the Head of People Office for the Small Format business of Future Group India, Global HR Head with The Smart Cube, and other HR roles with KPMG, Grant Thornton and Ernst & Young.
Janardan has over 20 years of business leadership experience with expertise in scaling up in the ed-tech sector. His last assignment was with ClassKlap as its founder and COO. Anushray is rejoining Cuemath having originally built the Company’s engineering and product team as CTO. He then moved to Udaan as Product Lead for their Grocery vertical where he played a key in its increasing market share.
“We exist to create a better ecosystem to teach mathematics and consistently deliver learning outcomes. Everything we do boils down to building the next generation of creative thinkers and problem solvers. The new array of dedicated leaders makes me more confident and committed in entering this new chapter of Cuemath’s growth and integrating our diverse knowledge and expertise in realizing the company’s vision,” says Vivek Sunder, CEO, Cuemath.