JMR Infotech, a global technology solutions and services provider, appointed A. Srinivasan as the president of global sales and BFSI Solutions to augment the leadership team and drive strong sales and business development focus. Srinivasan started his career at an international accounting firm in Oman followed by another stint at Hindustan Motors. In 1992, he joined CITIL. CITIL was later acquired by Oracle where he then served in leadership roles. Before joining JMR Infotech, Srinivasan was heading the BFS business for ValueLabs as executive vice president and, prior to that, he was with Wipro Singapore as the VP and head of banking products and emerging markets. He is a graduate of the University of Madras.

Ahjeetha Shankar of FEMA Region I in Connecticut and Aahna Ghosh of FEMA Region II in New Jersey were among the returning Youth Preparedness Council members named by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The council was created in 2012 to bring together young leaders from across the country who are interested in advocating on behalf of disaster preparedness and making a difference in their communities, by completing disaster preparedness projects to fit their community’s needs. The council provides an avenue to engage young people by taking into account their perspectives, feedback and opinions.

Mercer, a global consulting company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc., has appointed Rohit Mehrotra CEO of Mercer Digital. The appointment of Mehrotra, co-founder and CEO of CPSG Partners and current global leader of Mercer’s Workday business, will enable Mercer to combine human capital and technologies in ways that will distinctly change the way organizations connect with their employees, transition to a digital workforce, and transform for the future workplace. In addition to starting CPSG, he previously founded and grew several highly-regarded firms in the software, systems and networking space.

Juniper Networks named Bikash Koley CTO. Koley previously served as a distinguished engineer and the head of network architecture, engineering and planning at Google. He also served as CTO at Qstreams Networks, which he co-founded. Additionally, he worked at Ciena Corporation. He graduated from IIT Kharagpur, and earned M.S. and doctorate degrees from the University of Maryland at College Park.

Amit Singhi has been named CFO for the Piston Group. Singhi has held a variety of management positions at Ford Motor Company and General Motors. Most recently he was CFO at FLIR Systems, a publicly held mid-cap technology company based in Portland, Ore. He began his business career at General Motors as a research engineer in 1989. Singhi holds master's degrees in electrical engineering and business administration from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from IIT Mumbai.

Stratford School, an independent preschool through 8th grade private school founded in Silicon Valley, named Neena Bhave head of the school for the Palo Alto campus. Before joining Stratford School, Bhave held leadership and teaching positions at public and private schools in the Los Angeles and Silicon Valley. She holds a master of arts degree from Ohio State University and a bachelor of science degree from Maharajah Sayajirao University in India.

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