Anjali Sud was born on August 13,1983 and is an American businesswoman of Indian descent and the CEO of Vimeo, the online video platform.
16 Facts About Anjali Sud
Anjali Sud serves on the board of Dolby Laboratories, is a designated Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, and was listed as one of Fortune's 40 Under 40 rising business leaders in 2018.
Anjali Sud was born in Detroit, Michigan, the daughter of Indian immigrants from Punjab.
In 1997, at age 14, Anjali Sud left Flint to study at Phillips Andover Academy, a private school in Andover, Massachusetts.
Between 2005 and 2014, Anjali Sud held positions in finance, media and e-commerce at Sagent Advisors, Time Warner and Amazon.
In 2014, Anjali Sud joined Vimeo, an IAC subsidiary, as Head of Global Marketing.
Anjali Sud later served as General Manager of Vimeo's core creator business, where she built out the company's offering for hosting, distributing and monetizing videos.
In that role, Anjali Sud led a number of launches on the platform, including Vimeo Business, 360 video support, and video collaboration and review tools.
Anjali Sud was appointed to CEO of Vimeo in July 2017, as the company announced its plans to refocus its strategy from investing in original content to offering software and tools for video creators.
In November 2021, Anjali Sud oversaw the acquisitions of video software startups WIREWAX and Wibbitz.
Anjali Sud is a designated Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
In November 2017, Anjali Sud was listed as one of The Hollywood Reporter's Next Gen: 35 Under 35 honorees.
Anjali Sud was included on Adweek's Power List later that month.
In December 2021, Anjali Sud was named by Business Today as one of the most powerful women in business.
In September 2022, Anjali Sud was named by Fortune as one of India's most powerful business women.
In March 2023, Anjali Sud was named a Henry Crown Fellow at The Aspen Institute.