Delhi: There are discussions around the world about the many MNC’s CEO of Indian origin these days. Indians are hardworking and intelligent, there is no doubt about it. That’s why Indians are ringing in the world. Leena Nair is Unilever’s Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) and a member of the company’s Leadership Executive (ULE). She will join the French luxury firm in January. Leena is originally from Kolhapur, Maharashtra. She studied at Holy Cross Convent School, Kolhapur.
French luxury conglomerate ‘Chanel’ has appointed Leena Nair as its new global chief executive. With this appointment, this company has also joined the companies with Indian heads. Nair is the Chief Human Resource Officer of Unilever and is also a member of the company’s Leadership Executive (ULE). She will join the French luxury firm in January.
Leena is originally from Kolhapur, Maharashtra. She studied at Holy Cross Convent School, Kolhapur. She also studied electronics engineering at Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli (Maharashtra). Leena worked in three different factories in Kolkata, Ambattur, Tamil Nadu and Taloja, Maharashtra. French billionaire and Alain Wertheimer, who owns ‘Chanel’ with his brother Gerard Wertheimer, will take the role of global executive chairman, the group said in a statement. Leena Nair has a career spanning 30 years at a global consumer goods company, most recently serving as HR Chief and a member of Unilever’s Executive Committee. International brands with their tweed suits, quilted handbags.
Shanail, who is known for 5 perfumes, said that Nair will join the group in January. Lena has always held high positions throughout her career at Unilever. However, his role as CHRO remained the most important. XLRI’s Gold Medalist Leena Nair is credited with many human resources issues. It also includes Career By Choice. It is a platform that gives women who have left work a chance to join again.
Lena became Unilever’s youngest executive director-
Leena Nair, 52, graduated from St. Xavier’s College of Management at Unilever and joined Unilever India in 1992. In June 2007, Nair became the youngest executive director of Hindustan Unilever and the first woman to be appointed as Hindustan Unilever HR head for the first time in 90 years. A year later she was appointed the first woman in the Unilever South Asia Leadership Team. Apart from India, she had the responsibility of countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal, which she performed well.