Anjali Sud, CEO Of Vimeo, Blessed With A Baby Boy

Anjali Sud baby post, Anjali Sud resumes work
Anjali Sud baby : The CEO of Vimeo was blessed with a baby boy for the second time on 14th April, 2022. She took to LinkedIn to share the good news. She wrote, “Taking a moment to say how grateful I am: to my family, friends, the doctors and medical staff, my colleagues at Vimeo, our board, and many others. Being able to navigate this journey my way is a gift that I don’t take for granted. Back to snuggles 🍼”. The post’s caption was accompanied by her baby boy’s photo.

Her post has got 5676 reactions and 398 comments congratulating the entrepreneur for the same. Here’s everything you should know about Anjali Sud

  • Anjali Sud was born on August 13, 1983.
  • She is an American businesswoman with Indian origin.
  • Her dad was an entrepreneur and she wanted to follow his footsteps.
  • “He raised me with this idea that businesses can help create jobs and have a positive force of influence on your local community,” she had once said.
  • She is the CEO of Vimeo, an online video platform. She has been the CEO since July 2017.

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  • Before this, she was serving as General Manager and head of marketing.
  • Sud is a designated Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
  • Sud graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2005, with a B.Sc. in Finance and Management.
  • In 2011, she received her MBA from Harvard Business School.
  • She has also held positions in finance, media and e-commerce at Sagent Advisors, Time Warner and Amazon.
  • She made it to The Hollywood Reporter’s 2017 Next-Gen list.
  • She has also been named in Fortune’s 40 under 40 rising business leaders list in 2018. In the same year, she was included on Adweek’s Power List.
  • In 2019, she was honoured with a Muse Award by the New York Women in Film & Television.

Her image that went viral

Anjali Sud, in May 2021, shared a picture with her elder son, taken right before she took the company public. Her image encouraged other working mothers to embrace their dual identities as career-oriented employees/employers and caregivers to young ones.

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