5 Fierce Women From Indian Billionaire Families, And What They're Upto
From taking their legacy forward to chalking their own career paths, these ladies are killing it.
1. Tanya Dubash, Executive Director and Chief Brand Officer, Godrej Group
The eldest daughter of businessman Adi Godrej, Tanya is a graduate from Brown University. Her strong marketing skills and able leadership qualities helped youth to relate to this already well-trusted name, Godrej. As per Wikipedia, her approximate net worth is $4.0 billion.
Here are her thoughts on Reality vs Idealism from India Today conclave 2010:
2. Gayatri Reddy Bhatia, Journalist
Daughter of Deccan Chronicle's owner T Venkattram Reddy's Twitter bio says, "In the business of news". But, Gayatri dons several other hats too. The University College London graduate also owned and helped build Deccan Chargers, an IPL team.
3. Roshni Nadar, Executive Director and CEO, HCL Enterprise
Roshni's effective strategic decisions steered the company towards greater heights. Kellogg School of Management alumni is also a trained classical musician. Her philanthropic work continues to benefit the society through Shiv Nadar Foundation, where Roshni is a trustee. She was ranked 57th on the Forbes World's 100 Most Powerful Women list(2017).
4. Ananya Birla
Heiress of the Aditya Birla group, Ananya chalked out a different career path for herself. In 2016, she released her debut single, "Livin The Life". She has studied at the University of Oxford, UK. Ananya is also the founder of Svatantra Microfinance, CuroCarte and cofounder of Mpower. The company Svatantra Microfinance helps women in rural areas by providing them microfinance facility.
5. Isha Ambani
The Yale graduate launched AJIO, an online fashion retailer and was also responsible for the launch of Jio's 4G services. Isha, 26-year-old, was was ranked second on Forbes' 'Youngest Billionaire Heiresses' list in the year 2008.