Cover StoryOver the last three decades, Indian born CEOs have played an imperative role in making the U.S. a technology powerhouse. Starting with Google and Microsoft to the smallest of flourishing companies, Indian diaspora has created a huge impact on the economy of the U.S.. Indians often brings forth a concoction of lucrative and out-of-the-box business ideologies. To deliver customer-centric solutions and render tangible benefits, these Indians executives are developing state-of-the-art solutions for any and all complex problems. This has attracted investments in several sectors from several entities.
Bipin Sahni, Head of innovation R&D, Wells Fargo
Adam Hamm, Managing Director, Risk and Compliance, Protiviti
Ashish Desai, Assistant Director of Multimedia Technologies, Villanova University
Pankaj Kedia, Sr. Director & Global Head, Smart Wearables Segment, Qualcomm Technologies
Mark Raymond, CIO, State of Connecticut
Sanjay Gupta, CTO, U.S. Small Business Administration
Aarthi Srinivasan, Director, Target
Imran Akbar, Vice President and General Manager, Wireless Networks, Samsung Electronics America
Kent Shelton, Senior Director of Architecture & Engineering, Market America SHOP.COM
Sreekar Krishna, Managing Director - Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Innovation, KPMG US
Karen Monks, Insurance Senior Analyst, Celent
Abir G. Thakurta, VP Supply Chain, Havertys Furniture
Arun Rajasekaran, Director of Engineering, Plantronics, Inc.
Venu Vasudevan, Director, Data Science & AI Research, Procter & Gamble
Mary Kotch, CIO Validus Reinsurance
Somesh Nigam, SVP & Chief Analytics and Data Officer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana
Subho Nath, Assistant Director - IT Applications, CSM Bakery Solutions
Sanjib Basak, Former Director of Data Science & Artificial Intelligence, Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Sriram Tirunellayi, Vice President, Global Identity and Fraud Data Sciences, Equifax Inc.
Maulik P. Purohit, SVP, Chief Medical Information Officer, University Health System