Women’s Day 2023: Indian women who are the CEO of these big companies

WRITTEN BY Tarun Kohli2023-03-06,13:16:25 news

Leena Nair (Chanel)

Leena Nair was named CEO of Chanel, a French manufacturer of upscale apparel, in January 2022. Nair is an electronic engineering graduate of Walchand College of Engineering in Sangli


Amrapali Gan (OnlyFans)

Amrapali Gan was selected to hold the position of OnlyFans' CEO in December 2021. OnlyFans helps content creators monetize their work by collecting subscription fees from users


Anjali Sud (Vimeo)

Anjali Sud is the CEO of Vimeo. She formerly held the positions of general manager and head of marketing before becoming Vimeo's CEO in 2017.


Sonia Syngal (Gap Inc)

Chief Executive Officer of GAP Inc. is Syngal. She was raised in the US and Canada after being born in India. She is also one of the few female CEOs on the Fortune 500 list


Revathi Advaithi (Flex)

Flex, formerly known as Flextronics, appointed Revathi Advaithi as its CEO in February 2019. Advaithi started working for Eaton as a shop floor supervisor in Shawnee, Oklahoma


Sharmistha Dubey (Match Group)

The way that dating is done among millennials has been revolutionised by Dubey. At the Match Group, which owns dating apps including Tinder, Match, OkCupid, and Hinge, she is the driving force


Padmasree Warrior (Fable)

The curated reading platform Fable, which focuses on mental wellness, was created in 2019 by Padmasree. She had previously served as the CTO of Cisco and Motorola


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