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—yes, they are all owned by the same company—from March 2020 to May 2022.

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Shar Dubey Match Grouo (Photo Credit: Arturo Olmos/Wired Magazine) Credit: ARTURO OLMOS/Wired Magazine

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.

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Anjali Sud – Indian American CEO of Vimeo (Photo Credit – TED)

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. 

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Revathi Advaithi, CEO of Flex (Photo courtesy Flex)

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.

Jayashree Ullal - Arista Network (Photo credit  Theolive123, Wikipedia)
Jayashree Ullal – Arista Network (Photo credit Theolive123, Wikipedia)

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.

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Padmasree Warrior – CEO of fable (Courtesy

Pavana Upadhyaya is a Junior at Leland High School in San Jose, California. She likes to read nonfiction in her free time.