Office Hours with Sukhinder Singh Cassidy

Founder, Joyus

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What does it feel like to be a Fortune Most Powerful Woman?
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Do you feel that it's important to spend time in both large and small companies on the path to CEO?
Asked by Elizabeth Brigham
as an indian woman, do you find that it was difficult to manage stereotypes of both being a woman an
Asked by Anj Rai
How important is monetization to a tech startup these days? (Wondering based on Polyvore's success).
Asked by Elizabeth Claire Burke
Would you be able to talk about your transition from corporate to running your own company?
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What advice would you give to your 21 year old self? @ElanaLyn
Asked by Elana Gross

About Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Founder, Joyus

Sukhinder Singh Cassidy is Founder & Chairman of JOYUS. Prior to founding JOYUS in January 2011, she’s spent 18 years as a leading consumer internet and media executive at global and early stage companies including Google, Amazon, Polyvore, Yodlee, and News Corporation.

Most recently, Singh Cassidy served as CEO and Chairman of the board at the leading social commerce site, Polyvore, Inc., and CEO-in-Residence with Accel Partners, a leading global consumer internet venture capital firm. From 2003 to 2009, Sukhinder was a senior executive at Google, Inc; as President of Asia Pacific and Latin America, she was responsible for all of Google’s commercial operations in both regions built the company’s physical presence from inception to a multi-billion dollar business across 40 domains and 103 different countries throughout APAC and Latin America.

Sukhinder currently serves on the boards of TripAdvisor (TRIP) and Formspring, Inc., as an Advisor to Twitter, and on the Advisory Council for Princeton University’s Dept of Computer Science. She has also been a board member of J. Crew Group. Inc. Sukhinder is a graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario in Canada.

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