Genpact Appoints Carol Lindstrom To Board Of Directors
Genpact Limited has announced that it has appointed Carol Lindstrom, formerly of Deloitte, to its Board of Directors. The appointment is effective immediately.
“It is an honor to have Carol join the Genpact Board. Her global experience in technology and consulting will be extremely valuable to Genpact and we look forward to her contributions. We are very proud of the caliber of our twelve-member board, which now includes three distinguished women,” said Robert Scott, Chairman of the Board, Genpact.
Lindstrom recently retired as vice chairman of Deloitte LLP, where she led strategic relationship management, and was also president of the Deloitte Foundation. She was a member of the Deloitte & Touche Board of Directors for six years and served on the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (DTT) Global Board of Directors for eight years.
Lindstrom held many management and client leadership positions during her Deloitte career, including managing director of global strategic relationship clients in the United States; managing director of Deloitte’s e-business unit, dc.com; managing director of the Americas technology practice; managing director of the San Francisco and Orange County practices; and lead advisory and client service partner for many significant clients.
She joined the firm in 1995 after having served as a partner at Andersen Consulting for many years. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.
”Carol has unique experience and expertise in large-scale technology implementations and transformation journeys for clients in our targeted industry verticals, as well as great insights on cultivating deep client relationships. Carol’s presence in Silicon Valley for many years will also help us as we continue our pivot on Lean DigitalSM. We are thrilled with this addition to the diverse leadership and collective business acumen of our Board as we serve our clients and shareholders,” said NV ‘Tiger’ Tyagarajan, president and CEO, Genpact.
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