Priya Dixit Vyas


Priya Dixit Vyas is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ London office and a member of Heidrick Consulting Culture Shaping and Diversity & Inclusion practices. She has more than 25 years of global industry experience in financial services, organizational culture, and transformation helping her clients to accelerate performance through thriving, inclusive, and future-ready cultures.


Priya strongly believes that an embedded, high-performing inclusive culture is the foundation on which great companies are built. She works with leaders and their teams to align their strategic ambition to their culture to deliver sustainable business results. These are leader-led journeys that inspire highly motivated and engaged employees who have the agility to continuously change and innovate in a dynamic environment.

Since joining Heidrick & Struggles, Priya has led several culture-shaping and inclusion programs with clients in a wide variety of industry sectors, including healthcare, automotive, aviation, defense, media, and financial services.

Prior to joining Senn Delaney, which was acquired by Heidrick & Struggles, Priya had 24 years of experience in large complex multinational organizations across Asia and Europe, including 14 years with Citigroup where she held several senior leadership positions regionally and globally across Asia and EMEA. Most recently, she was a managing director and global head of wealth management. There, she gained extensive experience in distribution and new market development and led large business transformation programs with diverse cross-functional teams across multiple markets in Asia, Europe, and the US.

Inspired by the culture work Senn Delaney undertook with Citigroup, Priya began her career in culture shaping to make a positive impact on organizations, teams, and leaders globally.

Prior to working with Citigroup, Priya worked with the Tata Group in India for 10 years in Tata Administrative Services. She worked on strategic assignments spanning a wide section of industries, including telecom, consumer goods, hospitality, automotive, and international business development.


Imperial College London, MBA

Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, MA in Economics

Stella Maris College, BA in Economics