Indra Nooyi was born in October 28, 1955 Madras (now known as Chennai), Tamil Nadu, India. She is an Indian business leader and previous administrator and (CEO) of PepsiCo. She was positioned the second most influential lady again on the Forbes rundown of The 19 Most Powerful Women in Business. She has reliably positioned among the world's 100 most powerful ladies. She serves on the boards of Amazon and the International Cricket Council. Philips has suggested that Nooyi join their board in May 2021.
In India, she used to play cricket and was likewise in an all-young lady musical crew, where she played guitar her older sister is financial specialist and Grammy-nominated artist Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon. South Indian Carnatic artist Aruna Sairam is Indra's auntie. Indra wedded Raj K. Nooyi, president at AmSoft Systems, in 1981. Nooyi has two girls and dwells in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Starting her profession in India, Nooyi item manager’s position at Johnson and Johnson and material firm Mettur Beardsell. In 1980, Nooyi joined the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as a procedure consultant, and afterward worked at Motorola as Vice President and Director of Corporate Strategy and Planning, followed by a stretch at Asea Brown Boveri. While going to Yale School of Management, Nooyi finished her late spring temporary position with Booz Allen Hamilton.