Chief People Officer, Expedia Group, Inc. at Expedia Group
Arch Singh is Chief People Officer of Expedia Group, Inc. In this position, Singh oversees the global human resources operation focused on creating HR operational excellence, best-in-class employee experience and engagement, and strong leadership development throughout the organization. This role recognizes that Expedia Group’s greatest asset is its people and Singh ensures the company has the right people systems and architecture in place to ensure the company is the place where exceptional people who share our passion for tech and travel want to do their best work. With more than 20 years of dynamic human resources and talent management experience, Singh possesses a true mastery of the HR discipline having most recently held the position as Chief Human Resource Officer at John Wiley and Sons, a global publishing company, where she aligned HR strategies with organizational and business goals, emphasizing business performance, talent management, culture alignment and integration. Prior to Wiley, Singh was Chief Human Resource Officer, Managing Director, at the consultancy Hay Group, Inc., where she developed innovative HR strategies and initiatives that positioned the organization for transformation and growth. She also held executive-level HR positions at Computer Science Corporation, AMD Corporation, Unisys Corporation, Sun Microsystems and Credit Suisse First Boston. Singh also brings global experience to Expedia Group having lived and work in the U.S. and Asia. Singh’s areas of focus are being data driven and business judgment led, all with the underpinning of a highly analytical approach that has driven focus and high performance across the organizations who have been fortunate enough to benefit from her leadership. Singh earned a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of the Arts in Economics (BA) degrees from Jodhpur University. She also has a Masters in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and completed the Advanced Management Program (AMP) at Harvard University.