SVP & Business Leader, Insurance, Diversity and CSR
Sasha Sanyal is Genpact’s global business leader for its Insurance vertical, leading a team dedicated to its continued growth and portfolio of services for leading insurance companies around the globe. In addition, she leads Genpact’s global diversity and inclusion (D&I) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. Prior to her current role, she led the company’s Transitions function for client engagements and its Lean DigitalSM Transformation program which leverages the company’s core strengths in Lean and Six Sigma methodologies combined with design thinking and digital technologies. Sasha also previously served as Genpact’s Chief Strategy Officer, overseeing the building and executing of the company’s five-year financial blueprint and capability strategy for industry verticals, geographies, and horizontal solutions and services offerings.
Sasha for several years was also responsible for Smart Enterprise Processes (SEPSM) and Lean Six Sigma. SEPSM is Genpact’s proprietary, patented methodology for measuring the effectiveness of end-to-end business processes that was built using data and experience gathered across 2,500 processes and millions of transactions since Genpact’s inception. Sasha was involved in the development of the framework and its supporting solutions, creating a key differentiator that generates significant and measurable business outcomes for Genpact clients. Since she joined Genpact in 2002, Sasha has held additional roles of increasing responsibility including business development for the financial services vertical and digitization leader.
Sasha joined Genpact from EXL where she held various management roles in operations and transitions and as a relationship manager for EXL’s largest insurance client. Prior to EXL, she spent five years as an IT consultant at Ernst & Young where she was part of a team that was responsible for the start-up of the firm’s operations in India.
Sasha has a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering from Southern Methodist University.