Indians in leadership positions abroad

Be it any stream, you’ll find an Indian

Indians are ruling abroad. Be it any stream, you’ll find an Indian, because of the culture of quality education. That’s the reason Indians are preferred globally for leadership as well as management roles. Have a look at Indians serving in top leadership roles abroad.

Satya Nadella
CEO at Microsoft 

Satya Nadella has roots in Hyderabad, India. He studied Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) at Manipal Institute of Technology (then Mangalore University) followed by studying Masters in Science (MS) from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and an MBA from the University of Chicago. Since 2014, he is serving as the CEO of Microsoft.

Indra Nooyi
Former CEO – PepsiCo 

Indra is Born in Chennai, India, and pursued a Bachelor of Science (BS) from Madras Christian College, an MS from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and an MBA in Public and Private Management from the prestigious Yale University. In 1994, she joined PepsiCo and became its CEO in 2006.

Sunder Pichai
CEO – Google & Alphabet 

Sunder Pichai heads Alphabet Inc. & its subsidiary Google LLC. He began working at Google in 2004 as a Materials Engineer and took on the position of Product Chief before becoming Google’s CEO in 2015. He took over its parent company as CEO in 2019.

Padmasree Warrior
Former CEO at NIO Inc.

Padmasree developed NIO’s autonomous electric vehicles and the overall user experience. She held important roles at companies like Cisco and Motorola as well.

Vinod Khosla
Co-Founder of Sun Microsystems (1982 – 2010) & Founder at Khosla Ventures 

Being an Indian American billionaire, Vinod Khosla was also named in the list of 400 richest people in the United States by Forbes Magazine. Vinod did a B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from IIT Delhi, a Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, & an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Summing up, these were the names of a few Indians, there are a lot more outside there making us proud every day.