November 25, 2019

Idaptive Gives Back

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Puja Singhal Director, HR

With the holiday season upon us, Idaptive is feeling especially grateful. During this season and all year round, we believe in giving back to the local communities. 

Idaptive Gives Back

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Idaptive is feeling especially grateful! We are grateful for being consistently ranked highly by analysts, by our customers, and our employees. We are also grateful for the opportunity to be part of an incredibly talented team that believes in working together to create value for stakeholders.

At Idaptive, we are always exploring ways in which we can share this feeling of gratitude and appreciation by giving back to our local communities. We have always believed in impact locally – the feeling of connection and satisfaction that comes with working personally and at close hand with local communities.

Through the year our teams collaborated in different ways towards our pledge of “Fighting Hunger.” It is a sad irony to see so much hunger co-exist alongside one of the largest concentrations of wealth anywhere in the world. A place buzzing with technology is unable to find a solution to the thousands of families that go to sleep every day on an empty stomach. At Idaptive, we want to ensure that we can contribute in different ways to feed the hungry and the poor. While the goal is to ensure no one in the community goes to bed hungry, we are especially committed towards ensuring no child is deprived of a meal. Our partnerships with Second Harvest Food Bank and Utah Food Bank have helped us contribute in different ways towards our pledge of “Fighting Hunger.”

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Our food drives in Santa Clara and Utah earlier in the year were hugely successful. We managed to collect over 200 pounds of food and cash donations as a surplus in partnerships with Second Harvest food Bank in California and Utah Food Bank in Utah. Idaptive team members individually packed over 10,000 meals with “Feeding Children Everywhere,” and sorted and packed 12,250 pounds of fruit with Second Harvest of Silicon Valley to be distributed to local families in need within our community.


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This Thanksgiving we have launched the 2019 Holiday Wish Drive in partnership with the Family Giving Tree. Gifts collected through this initiative will help bring joy and happiness to children in need – the  best way to usher in the Thanksgiving Week and the Holiday season.

This is just the beginning of our journey towards building strong partnerships with local communities. As we grow and expand our footprints, we will continue to work towards better, more caring world where people can reach out to each other for help and support.

Puja Singhal

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Director, HR

Puja Singhal leads Idaptive’s global human resource function. She is responsible for the company’s human capital strategy, and oversees workforce planning, talent acquisition, talent development, compensation, rewards and engagement programs. 

Puja brings more than 15 years of human resources experience to Idaptive and has worked across a variety of industries, including technology, media, Internet and consulting, ranging from start-ups to established multi-national businesses. A seasoned leader of global teams, she has expertise in championing change management across diverse functions and regions.

Prior to joining Idaptive, Puja spent a decade in consulting, advising C-level executives on change management, upscaling, leadership development and resource optimization.

Puja has co-authored 3 books on women entrepreneurship published by Penguin Random House.

Puja earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Master’s Degree in Business Management. 


If Puja could have any Chameleon-like superpower, it would be the chameleon's eyes, which can move independently of each other, enabling them to look in two different directions at once. “With a full 360-degree view and ability to focus eyes quickly and enlarge what I am looking at like a camera lens, I could probably finish reading a book twice as fast.”