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Shrochis Karki

Chief of People and Organisational Culture

Chief of People and Organisational Culture

Dr. Shrochis Karki is the Chief of People and Organisational Culture (CPOC) at OPM. He is responsible for achieving OPM’s people and cultural objectives by leading a transformational global People and Organisational Culture (POC) function that drives high performance and engagement across the company, and in all territories.

He drives OPM’s organisational development with a focus on POC strategy development, performance management, and metrics; learning, mentoring, training, and career development; and embedding diversity and inclusion priorities as part of OPM’s commitment as a values-driven international development consultancy. As a member of the company’s executive leadership team, he also assumes shared responsibility for the development and delivery of OPM’s strategy, mission, and action plan.

Shrochis is a multilingual international development professional and proven leader with extensive academic and professional experience in systems thinking, team-building, strategy and design, diagnostics, technical assistance, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, mixed-methods research, and policy reform across Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Pacific. He has delivered 20+ small and large international development projects in over ten countries, primarily in leadership positions, working with organisations like DFID, UNICEF, USAID, Mastercard Foundation, Central Square Foundation, Porticus Foundation, and the World Bank. He has also led numerous cross-company initiatives, including being the elected Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Senior Advisor to the Ethics Review Board, and Team Lead for the Impact workstream.

Shrochis has a D. Phil. in International Development from the University of Oxford. He is also the Executive Director of Samaanta Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation which provides comprehensive higher education scholarships to meritorious needy public school graduates from disadvantaged communities from Nepal.