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These 5 Indian American women are hustling to the top of the corporate world—inspiring millions around the world.
Marriage, but not arranged: Shar Dubey
Did you know that the CEO of your favorite dating app was a woman? Shar Dubey led the Match Group, owner of Tinder, OkCupid, Hinge and Match.com—yes, they are all owned by the same company—from March 2020 to May 2022.
Like Youtube, but no Ads: Anjali Sud
One of Forbes’ 40 under 40 in 2018, Anjali Sud reinvented Vimeo from a failing competitor to Netflix and Youtube into the go-to company for video editing software.
Building new devices: Revathi Advaithi
Owned a smartphone or a computer? Chances are that Flex—the third largest electronic designing and manufacturing company in the world which Revathi Advaithi took the helm of in 2019—manufactured parts of your favorite electronic devices.
Head in the Clouds: Jayshree Ullal
London-born and San Francisco State-educated, Jayshree Ullall, the CEO of Arista Networks, was named one of Barron’s World Best CEOS in 2018.
Booked and busy: Padmasree Warrior
After holding leadership roles at technology companies like Cisco and Motorola, Padmasree Warrior turned her focus to paper. Warrior is the CEO of Fable, a social media platform that allows book lovers to read together.