03 Feb POWER 100: Bay Area’s most influential business leaders
THE POWER 100: The Bay Area’s most influential business leaders
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We took on a virtually impossible task: We complied a list of the most powerful business people in the Bay Area. You should know these leaders.
About Amy Chang
From San Francisco Business Times.
Amy Chang is a force to be reckoned with. The Stanford grad — she received both her bachelor’s and master’s in electrical engineering at the university — held positions in product management and engineering at top tech companies including eBay, Intel and Google, where she was responsible for launching Google Analytics. She left to start Accompany in 2013, a platform that harnesses artificial intelligence to develop databases of people and relationships at companies. That venture was acquired by Cisco in 2018 for $270 million.
After the deal she led a team of 6,000 as executive vice president and general manager at Cisco’s multibillion-dollar collaboration business and, just last year, retired from the position to devote more time to serving on the boards of Disney, Procter & Gamble.
Oh yes we did: Presenting the San Francisco Business Times’ list of most powerful business people in the Bay Area. Enjoy. Share. Debate. https://t.co/FahvyAceDr
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CEO, San Francisco Foundation
Board Member of The Walt Disney Company, Procter & Gamble, SambaNova
Founder of Siebel Systems; Chairman & CEO of C3 AI
Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Genentech
Engineer, Venture Capitalist, Chair of Kleiner Perkins, and the author of the #1 best-seller Measure What Matters
Sandra R. Hernández, MD
President & Chief Executive Officer, California Health Care Foundation
Dr. Pat Brown
Alex Mehran Jr.
Alex Mehran Sr.