London School of Economics and Political Science and Chair of CRAC (Vitae)
Topic: "Global Mobility – the Challenges for HR in Delivering Mobile Talent".
Indi Seehra is Director of Human Resources at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is also the Chair of the Board of the parent company to Vitae, CRAC. Vitae is dedicated to releasing the potential of Researchers through transforming their professional and career development.
Indi held a number of significant private and public sector appointments including HR Director of the Crown Prosecution Service and subsequently the Serious Organised Crime Agency (now NCA). Over recent years he has been involved with respective European Union Task Groups looking to overcome the barriers to mobility for Researchers and has most recently been on the task group to launch Resaver, a new European wide pension scheme for Research Institution.
Until May 2014, he headed up Human Resources at the University of Cambridge and has just completed a period as Fellow of the Judge Business School at Cambridge and a visiting lecturer to two institutions in North India.