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Diageo VP legal Ishita Kapur moves to GC at wellness, football, hockey company Roundglass

Ishita Kapur goes from alcohol business to holistic wellbeing
Ishita Kapur goes from alcohol business to holistic wellbeing

Diageo India vice president & senior counsel Ishita Kapur has joined sports and wellness company RoundGlass as its general counsel and head of compliance this month.

The company has as its goal “to create a vibrant wellness ecosystem, bringing technology and human energy together as we break new ground on the path to personal wellbeing, and inspire and empower people to take their own self-actualized wellbeing journey”, according to its website.

It also part-owns Punjab Football Club, according to The Hindu, after an announced merger in June 2019.

At RoundGlass, she is reporting directly to its founder Gurpreet (Sunny) Singh.

The company’s activities includes the running of a grassroots football and hockey coaching programme for children, and a programme exploring India’s nature and wildlife.

Kapur had joined Diageo in 2014 when the multinational liquor conglomerate acquired Vijay Mallya’s spirits empire

Last year Nischal Hindia had moved from Diageo to GSK.

General counsel Mamta Sundara remains general counsel at Diageo.

Ishita Kapur Work history From: May 2017: Vice President, Senior Counsel, Diageo (Bangalore (May 2017 - May 2019) & Delhi NCR (June 2019 - present)) Jul 2014 - May 2017: Senior Counsel, Diageo (Mumbai (July 2014 - August 2016) & Bangalore (August 2016 - May 2017)) Apr 2011 - Jun 2014: Senior Associate, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co (New Delhi) May 2007 - Apr 2011: Associate, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co (New Delhi) Education 2002 - 2007: ILS Law College, Pune, BSL LLB,
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