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Up the ranks: Annie Lim to lead Sanofi’s global diversity and inclusion



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French pharmaceuticals healthcare major, Sanofi, has appointed Annie Lim as global diversity and inclusion (D&I) lead, based in Singapore. In this role, she manages and implements strategic enterprise programmes, develops and deploys global inclusive workplace practices, and evolves cultural efforts in supporting Sanofi’s global diversity and inclusion approach.

She will also serve as a global leader to catalyse and shape gender balance, embed D&I into human capital strategy, and enhance organisational culture to drive desired organisation outcomes to key stakeholders.

Lim will continue to leverage her past pharma and consulting experiences across APAC and her 10 years of overseas expertise working in China, as well as setting up CoE practice centres in talent acquisition and talent development and leadership management.

She is a Sanofi long-timer, having been with the company since September 2014 when she joined as head of talent acquisition for APAC, based in Shanghai. She then moved to Singapore in 2016 as regional talent management lead for the Asia China JPAC CoE, which was her most recent role.

Prior to Sanofi, she has experience working with GSK, Pall Life Sciences, Adecco, Lee Hecht Harrison, and more.

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Mark your calendars as the crowd's favourite candidate and employee experience conference, Talent Experience Forum is back!
Happening only in KL, Malaysia on 5 November. Register your seat because you will be hearing top insights from C-suite and senior HR leaders from Dell, Digi, GoCar, IPG Mediabrands, Nestle, Tesco, Unilever and more.

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