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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced that she is stepping down from her role as CEO. After spending close to a decade as the head of the platform. 54-year-old Susan Wojcicki is a Polish-American business executive who has been the CEO of YouTube since 2014. Her net worth was estimated at around $770 million.
Followings are some main reasons for stepping down and about the Next CEO of YouTube
Who is Susan Wojcicki?
Susan Wojcicki is a Polish-American business executive, she was born on 5th July 1968 in Santa Clara County, California, currently, Susan Wojcicki is 54 years old. Susan Wojcicki was the CEO of YouTube from 2014 to 2023. Wojcicki was worked in the tech industry for nearly 25 years. Susan involving in the creation of Google in 1998. She worked as Google’s first marketing manager in 1999 and after she work as head of the company’s online advertising business and original video service. Susan observing the success of YouTube, Susan suggested that Google should buy it, the deal was done for $1.65 billion in 2006. She was appointed CEO of YouTube in 2014. She resigned as CEO in 2023.
What is the reason of step down?
Susan Wojcicki clears the reason in their blog post “Today, after nearly 25 years here, I’ve decided to step back from my role as the head of YouTube and start a new chapter focused on my family, health, and personal projects I’m passionate about,”
“This will allow me to call on my different experiences over the years to offer counsel and guidance across Google and the portfolio of Alphabet companies,” she added.
Who is Neal Mohan?
Neal Mohan is a 49-year-old Indian-American; Neal is complete his Bachelor in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1996 and Master of Business Administration in General Management from Stanford University School of Business in 2005,
Neal Mohan is the chief product officer at YouTube since 2015 and will take over as the new CEO of YouTube.
Neal Mohan played a key role in advancing Google’s advertising products, including AdWords, AdSense, and DoubleClick.
Neal Mohan started his career at Accenture in 1996 after that he joined a startup called Net Gravity which was acquired by the online advertising company DoubleClick and in 2007 Google agreed to acquire DoubleClick for US $3.1 billion.
Neal Mohan has also worked with Microsoft as a manager of the corporate strategy. Neal Mohan is also on the Board of many other firms like Stitch Fix.