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Utilising every opportunity that came her way, Aruna Jayanti has worked hard to become a CEO at the age of 48.
Aruna Jayanthi was the global delivery officer for outsourcing in Capgemini, before she was promoted to the position of CEO.
Mentoring a strong work force of more than 36,000 employees spread across the country, she is regarded with respect and awe by her peers and competitors. Always the strategist, Aruna also finds solace in music and has recently bought a giant piano to try her hand at belting out a symphony.
A corporate woman par excellence, Aruna is one of the leading ladies of India, who believes in creating a better and brighter tomorrow. Last year she was ranked as the fourth most powerful woman in business by Fortune India.
Why we find her inspiring:
– For that never-say-die attitude that took her to new heights.
– For being a strong and awe-inspiring leader.
*Photo source: MSN News.
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