Forbes 2021 magazine has estimated the net worth of all these business women at more than $118 billion. 26 of the richest self-made women in America are now billionaires, including two Indian Americans.
The dominance of Indians in the world is increasing now. Women are also illuminating the name of India in the world by joining the men step by step. America's famous magazine Forbes 2021 has released the list of America's richest 100 self-made women. Five Indian-origin women have been given a place in this list.The Forbes 2021 list includes former PepsiCo chairman Indra Nooyi, Syntel co-founder Neerja Sethi, Confluent Co-founder Neha Narkhade, Arista Networks CEO Jayshree Ullal, and Gingco Bioworks co-founder Reshma Shetty. This magazine has estimated the total assets of all these businesswomen at $ 118 billion i.e. more than one lakh crore rupees.26 of the richest self-made women in America are now billionaires, including two Indian Americans.
Jayshree Ullal, CEO, Arista NetworksJayshree Ullal is the President and CEO of cloud networking firm Arista Networks. Jayshree Ullal is the richest of all Indian American businesswomen. His net worth has increased from $1.3 billion in 2020 to $1.7 billion in 2021. Jayshree Ullal, one of five Indian-origin women in Forbes' 2021 list of America's Richest Self-Made Women, saw Arista Networks' revenue jump from $1.1 billion in 2016 to $2.2 billion. She is the CEO of the company since the year 2008. Jayshree Ullal has studied Engineering Management at Santa Clara University.
Neerja Sethi, Co-Founder, SyntelNeerja Sethi is the second richest Indian American businesswoman based in Florida, with a net worth of one billion dollars. She founded Syntel Inc., a reputed IT consulting and outsourcing company, and has also been its director.
Neha Narkhade, Co-Founder, Co-Founder of Confluentcloud computing company Neha Narkhade has played a key role in the development of LinkedIn.His net worth is $925 million. An engineering graduate from Pune University, Neha designed Apache Kafka, an open-source messaging system to handle LinkedIn's data.
Reshma Shetty, Co-Founder, Gingko BioworksReshma Shetty is the co-founder of Gingko Bioworks, a synthetic biotechnology company based in the Greater Boston area. His total income is 750 million dollars. She started this company with her husband Barry Canton. she began his journey from MIT as a graduate research assistant and cofounded Gingko Bioworks with MIT scientists under the supervision of Tom Knight, a former senior research scientist at the MIT School of Engineering, and got to this point.
Indra Nooyi, former CEO, PepsiCoIndra Nooyi needs no introduction. Indra Nooyi has been the chairperson of PepsiCo for more than 12 years. Nooyi, an MBA from Yale University, joined the board of Amazon in the year 2019. She has a net worth of $290 million. She retired as the CEO of PepsiCo in 2018, yet she is a mighty influencer. She has included her name several times in Time magazine and Forbes list of the most powerful women in the world. A native of India, she has been a hard-working professional from the days when she worked as a hostel receptionist to make a living.