There was a time when women were only supposed to take care of kids and family besides taking care of the house. However, time has changed so fast that these multitasking mothers are not only successful at home but at the top positions of big corporate. This blog will target some of the successful corporate mothers, business women with great IQ and administrative traits.
Nita Ambani is a philanthropic contributor to the various schools, human resources and disaster reliefs. Reliance Foundation’s flagship programme Bharat India Jodo (BIJ) is led by her. She leads India’s biggest corporate CSR outlay of over Rs 1,500 crore annually. Nita Ambani is the co-owner of the Mumbai Indians cricket team and is actively involved in Project Drishti. Apart from showing her skills in corporate world, she is proud mother of three; Isha, Anant and Akash.
Deepika, the mother of one, has taken risk by joining biggest hotel chain ‘Wyndham’ with little brand recall in India. However, her phenomenal and extraordinary skills Wyndham has 24 hotels in 13 cities making it India’s 12th largest.
Epsita Dasgupta tried her hands in manufacturing industry and showed her skills in development and execution of marketing and strategy, new products & solutions, and business development across GE’s businesses in South Asia. She is the mother of two who is successful in maintaining equilibrium in both personal and professional life
Aryan and Azaar’s mother Tanya Dubash is heading the Godrej Group’s Mastermind 2.0, a customer connect initiative that looks at products ranging from hair colour to fridges to hi-tech engineering products. She is spearheading the mission to create a brand identity for the group among the new generation, and grow its revenues exponentially.
Aruna Jayanthi, the mother of one, heads one of the biggest business units of the Capgemini group. Jayanthi has grown into one of the most powerful leaders in the IT services industry today. Jayanthi was ranked the third most powerful business woman in India in 2012 and 4th in 2011 by Fortune magazine. She is also an Executive Council member of NASSCOM. When she gets time Jayanthi loves to read and listening to music.
Meher Pudumjee heads one of India’s biggest capital goods companies, but at her heart she is a green activist. She is driving her company Thermax towards coming up with products and solutions that use biomass and solar power instead of coal, oil or gas, which pollute the environment. She believes in the ideals of J.R.D. Tata, that every stakeholder – customer, employee, supplier, even government – is important to a company
The creative mind behind the House of Anita Dongre is changing lives of traditional artisans by marrying traditional Indian art with contemporary fashion. In 2012, she was featured in Fortune magazine as one of the 50 most powerful women in business, India
The former MD of Microsoft India , Neelam Dhawan is a mother of two young girls and a wife is now preparing HP India to take advantage of new business opportunities.
Gupta heads Lupin’s international business, including the US, Europe, West Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and the mergers and acquisitions within these geographies