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Nita Singh Kaushal

Nita Singh Kaushal

Founder

Miss CEO

San Francisco Bay Area

Nita Singh Kaushal is the Founder of Miss CEO, an education start-up dedicated to empowering students and young women with leadership training, mentorship, and career exploration opportunities. Nita graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Electrical Engineering.

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Miss CEO

Founder

Founder and President of Miss CEO, an education start-up which offers world-class leadership training, mentorship, and career exploration opportunities for girls and young women all over the world. Since our founding in 2011, Miss CEO has conducted workshops and trained thousands of children, young women, and professionals all over the world. Learn more at www.missceo.org

Yahoo!

Senior Manager

Led product marketing strategy, positioning, and go-to-market efforts for an innovative suite of media products. Nominated for Y! Super Star Award for launching Yahoo's high performance Smart Ads product. Also served as Co-President for Yahoo! Women in Tech, a 500+ member organization dedicated to attracting, promoting, and retaining women in tech.

Intel

Mobile Platform Engineer and Product Evangelist

Worked on the product development and evangelism of Intel's Centrino wireless platforms and other key mobile technologies. Recipient of the Intel Mobility Group Divisional Recognition Award and Intel International Sales and Marketing Award.

Stanford Women's Community Center

Advisory Board Member

Currently serve as an advisor, mentor, and frequent guest speaker for the Stanford Women's Community Center, an organization that facilitates the success of women students at Stanford by providing innovative opportunities for scholarship, leadership, and activism.

Stanford University

B.S., Electrical Engineering

As an Electrical Engineering major at Stanford, I specialized in signal processing, with additional coursework in C, C++, Java, C# and Matlab programming, statistics, economics, and management science and engineering. I also served as a Stanford Communications Instructor and taught professional public speaking and technical writing skills to ~50 graduate and MBA students per academic quarter.