News: Madan Nagaldinne quits Facebook, joins Context Media Health


Madan Nagaldinne quits Facebook, joins Context Media Health

An alumnus of LSE, Madan is joining the new company as its Chief People Officer. He worked with the social media company for 6 years before calling it quits in August this year.
Madan Nagaldinne quits Facebook, joins Context Media Health

Context Media Health has appointed Madan Nagaldinne as the company’s Chief People Officer effective August 2016. Prior to this role, Madan was working with Facebook as HR leader in New York. He was with Facebook for 6 years.

Madan wrote a very emotional post on Facebook which also announced his decision to quit the company and the new role he is taking up. On his new role, he said, “I am going to Context Media Health, one of the fastest growing Healthcare companies in the US that is redefining Point of Care. Its founders Rishi Shahand Shradha Agarwal have built a thriving organization, but more importantly they have a mission to improve health outcomes for everyone involved, from Patients, to Payors, to Physicians, to Hospitals to Pharma companies etc. Their mission is beyond just building a great business, it goes deep into the very purpose of our lives. Rishi, Shradha, Brad, Ashik and everyone else on the Context Media Rocket Ship, thank you for opening your hearts and welcoming me. I so look forward to this journey with all of you.”

An alumnus of London School of Economic and Political Science (LSE), Madan was the Director-HR at Amazon for 4 years before he moved to Facebook. He has also worked with KLA-Tencor, Tavant Technologies, and Microland as well. 

“Facebook’s core value of ‘Be Bold’ is not only inspiring, but can be seen in action every day, make it a part of who you are. Awesomeness will follow. Thank you Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg for inspiring such greatness. For this experience alone, I have become a better leader, a better spouse and a parent. This core value has shaped me into becoming a better person. I will always remain deeply indebted to your leadership,” Madan wrote on his post. 


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