12 Nov 2019
The Power of Storytelling - Introducing 'This is Me' in India
'This is Me' in India Roadshow
Leveraging experience from other markets, most notably the UK, Community Business is partnering with its leading DIAN India network to promote the highly successful and widely acclaimed This is Me programme in India. This focuses on the sharing of stories and lived experiences as a way to challenge the stigma and open up conversations about disability and mental health in the workplace.
Why Attend & Key Takeaways
- Highlight the power of storytelling as a way to open up conversation about disability and mental health
- Introduce and promote This is Me programme to companies in India
- Share corporate experiences of This is Me/Storytelling programmes
Call to Action
- Encourage companies to run a This is Me programme in their own organisations and invite them to register interest
Chitra ShyamsundarVP & Head D&I APAC, Barclays
Sameena MahmoodmoreAssistant Vice President - Operations and CSR Champion, RRD
Deepa NmoreGroup Manager – Finance, BNY Mellon
VP & Head D&I APAC, Barclays
Assistant Vice President - Operations and CSR Champion, RRD
She has a proven track record of effortlessly juggling multiple responsibilities and has a keen interest in stories that make an impact. She has close to 20 years of work experience in core operations, HR and Learning & Development.
Group Manager – Finance, BNY Mellon
At BNY Mellon, Deepa is a Vice President and Group Manager for Close and consolidation process. As part of this responsibility, she assists the global finance team in month-end close process ensuring adherence to regulations and providing governance over existing controls.
Prior to BNY Mellon, she took care of finance roles transitions in IBM GPS.
Deepa co-chairs HEART ERG (Helping Each Ability by Respecting and Teaching (HEART)
for BNY Mellon India operations. At personal front, she is a mother of 8 year old child and interested in gardening during her free time.
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