Magic Bus India Foundation, a non-profit organisation in the education and skilling space, has announced the appointment of Madhulika Singh as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). In her new role, she will oversee the human resources functions and lead the development and implementation of the organisation’s human resource strategy.
Prior to joining Magic Bus, she served as General Manager – Human Resources at WNS. Her professional journey includes pivotal roles at Concentrix, Vistra/Radius Corporate Solutions and Wipro BPS.
Singh brings with her 23 years of experience in HR, spanning diverse industries, including ITES, financial services, startups and the manufacturing and development sector. Her expertise covers a broad spectrum of HR functions. This includes talent acquisition, HR strategy, talent engagement and development, performance management, organisational design, succession planning, mentoring, compensation and benefits administration, HR compliance, learning and development and HR shared services.
Jayant Rastogi, Global CEO, Magic Bus India Foundation, said, “We are pleased to welcome Madhulika to the Magic Bus family. Having served across leading organisations, she is well placed to utilise her extensive experience to drive business transformation through the intersection of people, culture, and technology. We are confident that Madhulika’s leadership will not only add immense value to our organisation but also play a vital role in propelling us to new heights as we continue to grow.”
Singh said, “The cornerstone of any successful organisation lies in its people. I am excited to become a part of Magic Bus India Foundation, where I will lead the Human Resources team and assist the organisation in fostering a culture that encourages innovation, while also making a meaningful contribution to the growth and development of both individuals and the organisation as a whole.”
She holds a graduate degree in Psychology from Lady Shri Ram College and a master’s in social work (HR) from Delhi School of Social Work.