Simran Sethi departs from her role as Creative Director for Netflix India
Netflix India's, Simran Sethi has resigned from her role as Creative Director. She had joined the organisation on August 2017. She is currently serving her notice period and assisting with the transition until her successor takes over the reins.
During her association with the organisation, Sethi oversaw the launch of Netflix's most popular shows including Sacred Games, Little Things, Selection Day, Ghoul, Delhi Crime, Leila, Baahubali, and Salman Rushdie's Midnight Children.
Simran Sethi is a writer and educator focused on food, sustainability and social change. Named one of the “50 Most Influential Global Indians” by Vogue India and the environmental “messenger” by Vanity Fair, Simran has written for outlets including Smithsonian, The Wall Street Journal, Food & Wine, National Geographic Traveler, Forbes, The New Food Economy, The Washington Post, Guernica and The Guardian.
She is the former environmental correspondent for NBC News, which included contributions to CNBC, MSNBC, TODAY and Nightly News. She has produced environmental programming for PBS and the Sundance Channel, and was the host of the EMMY award-winning documentary A School in the Woods. She holds an M.B.A. in sustainable business from the Presidio Graduate School and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in sociology and women’s studies from Smith College. The College awarded her the Smith College Medal in 2009.