Dharmistha Chaudhary has been appointed as the chief human resources officer at Magenta Mobility. Her entry into this role coincides with Magenta for Magenta Mobility as it ramps up its operations and extends its market reach. The company’s strategic emphasis on human resources places it in a prime position to maintain its role as a significant player in the dynamic electric mobility sector.
Chaudhary is eagerly anticipating her new role and has shared her involvement in shaping Magenta’s overarching strategic course. This encompasses pivotal aspects of human capital, including talent acquisition, compensation and performance management, succession planning, learning and development, and fostering a culture characterised by transparency, positivity, and openness across all sectors and verticals. Given the scale at which Magenta is expanding to new cities, Chaudhary will oversee substantial recruitment across diverse verticals, encompassing both employees and driver partners.
“I am a firm believer that investments in human capital are as crucial as investments in product research and development. Our people represent our most valuable asset, and creating an environment where they can flourish is of paramount significance. My commitment lies in unleashing the inherent drive within individuals to be self-reliant, self-motivated, and interconnected. By doing so, we will empower not only our team and driver partners to achieve greater heights but also generate value for both them and Magenta,” highlighted Chaudhary.
With an extensive background spanning more than 22 years across diverse sectors, including logistics, retail, and manufacturing, Chaudhary assumes her role at Magenta Mobility with a wealth of experience and a forward-thinking outlook. Her past endeavours include notable engagements with distinguished companies such as Sandvik Asia, Reliance Group, Chalhoub Group, and CMA CGM Group.
Maxson Lewis, founder and managing director of Magenta Mobility, expressed his enthusiasm about Chaudhary’s addition to the team, stating, “We are excited to welcome Chaudhary as our Chief Human Resources Officer. Her comprehensive perspective on human resources, coupled with her demonstrated capacity to foster leadership skills and create strategic plans, aligns seamlessly with our core values and growth trajectory. Through her leadership, we aspire to cultivate an environment where each individual’s potential is unleashed, propelling us collectively towards remarkable achievements.”
Magenta Mobility secured a USD 22 million investment from prominent investors, BP Ventures and Morgan Stanley India Infrastructure. Recently, the brand proudly launched its operations in Pune. Presently active in cities such as Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Mysuru, Delhi, Noida, and Gurgaon, the company is expanding its operational footprint to several other urban centres.