(19 August 2022, 11:37 +07) The Kuramathi Island resort in Maldives has appointed Anjali Masih as Director of Human Resources and Sara Scroglieri as Resident Marine Biologist.
Originally from India, Anjali has over two decades of experience working in the hospitality industry for several brands and owning companies in the United Arab Emirates.
Prior to moving to Kuramathi, Anjali was Director of Human Resources & Training at The Chedi Al Bait, Sharjah.
Anjali’s career began at the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai as part of its pre-opening team, then flourished into a prolific stint in the UAE that she credits for cultivating her approach to leading a multi-cultural team.
Meanwhile, Sara Scroglieri takes over the title of Resident Marine Biologist.
At eight years old, Sara started diving and became fascinated with the underwater world, which eventually led her to pursue it as a career which began in Maldives with previous assignments in resort properties of Haa Dhalu Atoll and North Ari Atoll.
The Italian national holds a master’s degree in Tropical Marine Biology from the University of Essex in 2020.
Part of Sara’s role is running the Eco Centre and furthering environmental awareness and action. She will lead snorkeling excursions, do informational lectures on conservation for adults and children, and conduct wildlife research and monitoring.
As a member of the Environment Committee, Sara will focus on carrying out initiatives that will drive the resort towards a more sustainable path.
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