29 Jan 2020 14:33 IST

SPJIMR alumna features in AACSB’s ‘Class of Influential Leaders’

Lulu Raghavan

One of 25 B-school graduates to be honoured, Lulu Raghavan is currently the MD of Landor in Mumbai

Lulu Raghavan is one of 25 business school graduates to be featured in the 2020 Class of Influential Leaders by AACSB International (AACSB), the world’s largest business education alliance. She is an alumna of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s S P Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR).

Raghavan, who is from the SPJIMR’s PGDM class of 2000, is currently the Managing Director of Landor in Mumbai.

The annual challenge recognises notable alumni from AACSB-accredited schools whose inspiring work serves as a model for the next generation of business leaders.

Raghavan is passionate about equality and has been an active champion of women at work. In 2019, she was named one of the most influential women in India in the media, advertising and marketing by IMPACT Magazine.

AACSB president and CEO Tom Robinson said: “Lulu Raghavan has blended her business education with passion and purpose, and AACSB is delighted to recognise her among the 2020 Class of Influential Leaders.”

Getting recognised

SPJIMR Dean Dr Ranjan Banerjee said: “It is always good to see our alumni getting recognised on a global stage. Lulu Raghavan led the team at Landor that worked on the new brand architecture for SPJIMR. Fittingly, she herself is an epitome of courage and heart, and combines a professional flair for branding and client understanding, with a deep personal passion and engagement in social issues.”

Lulu Raghavan said: “My two years at SPJIMR, one of the most prestigious business schools in India, were particularly influential in not only shaping my competencies but also strongly developing my character. SPJIMR’s emphasis on social sensitivity has had a lasting impact on me. I look forward to continuing to create business and social impact through my work at Landor by using the power of brand and design. I am proud to be a global Indian.”

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