Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella
Satya Nadella

Satya Narayana Nadella was born in 19 August 1967 in Hyderabad of present-day Telangana, into a Telugu-speaking Hindu family. India is an Indian-born American business chief. He is the chief administrator and CEO of Microsoft, succeeding Steve Ballmer in 2014 as CEO and John W. Thompson in 2021 as administrator. Prior to turning out to be CEO, he was the chief VP of Microsoft’s cloud and enterprise group, liable for building and running the organization’s computering platforms. Nadella went to the Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet prior to getting a backbenchers in electrical engineering from the Manipal Institute of Technology in Karnataka in 1988. Nadella then, travel to the U.S. to study for a M.S. in software engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, accepting his degree in 1990. Afterward, he got a MBA from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business in 1996.  Nadella said, “I generally realized I needed to build things.

His mom Prabhavati was a Sanskrit teacher and his dad, Bukkapuram Nadella Yugandhar, was an Indian Administrative Service officer of the 1962 group in 1992, Nadella wedded Anupama, the girl of his dad’s IAS batch mate. She was his junior at Manipal seeking after a B.Arch in the Faculty of Architecture. The couple have three youngsters, two little girls, and one boy, and live in Clyde Hill and Bellevue, Washington. His child Zain is a legally visually blind quadriplegi with cerebral palsy. Nadella and his wife Anupama are part of ownership group of Seattle Sounders FC, a Major League Soccer club. Nadella is an energetic reader of American and Indian poetry. He likewise nurses an passion for cricket, having played in his school group Nadella has wrote a book named Hit Refresh that explore his life, his profession in Microsoft and how he accepts innovation will shape what’s to come. He declared that the benefits from the book would go to Microsoft Philanthropies and through that to non-profit organizations.

Nadella working at Sun Microsystems as an individual from its innovation staff prior to joining Microsoft in 1992. Nadella filled in as the senior VP of Research and Development (R&D) for the Online Services Division and VP of the Microsoft Business Division. Afterward, he was made the leader of Microsoft’s $19 billion Server and Tools Business and drove a change of the organization’s business and innovation culture from customer administrations to cloud infrastructure and services. He has been credited for helping bringing Microsoft’s database, Windows Server and engineer tools to its Azure cloud. In 2018, he was a Time 100 honouree. In 2019, Nadella was named Financial Times Person of the Year and Fortune magazine Businessperson of the Year. In 2020, Nadella was recognized as Global Indian Business Icon at CNBC-TV18’s India Business Leader Awards in Mumbai.

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