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Ruchi Sanghvi was born on 20 January, 1982 in Pune, India, is an Indian computer engineer.
|Age||38 years old|
|Born||20 January 1982|
Ruchi Sanghvi Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Ruchi Sanghvi’s Husband?
Her husband is Aditya Agarwal (m. 2010)
|Husband||Aditya Agarwal (m. 2010)|
Ruchi Sanghvi Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Ruchi Sanghvi worth at the age of 38 years old? Ruchi Sanghvi’s income source is mostly from being a successful Computer. She is from India. We have estimated Ruchi Sanghvi’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Computer|
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In 2018, Sanghvi was a keynote speaker for HackMIT.
In 2016, Sanghvi established South Park Commons, a residential and professional tech space that functions similarly to a hackerspace.
In 2016, Sanghvi founded South Park Commons, a townhouse located in San Francisco that functions similarly to a hackerspace. The Commons houses 25 to 30 people at a time. In 2018, the Commons received a $40 million seed fund backed by many individuals Sanghvi met through DocuSign and Facebook. The South Park Commons has additionally funded start-ups such as San Francisco based “gaming performance” start-up Visor.
Sanghvi is an investor and adviser in a number of Silicon Valley companies including cancer drug developer Stemcentrx (acquired by AbbVie Inc. in 2016), workplace collaboration application Asana, and backup and storage service Dropbox (where she used to work). She is also on Paytm’s board of directors.
Sanghvi was listed as one of the founders of FWD.us, a 501(c)(4) lobbying group formed in Silicon Valley to promote immigration reform, improve education, and facilitate technological breakthroughs in the United States. The group launched on 11 April 2013.
In an interview with Mint in November 2013, Sanghvi described her involvement with FWD.us as follows: “Silicon Valley is a very idealistic society. So FWD.us is a mission to step down from the idealistic world and do some real work. The mission is to boost the knowledge economy. Immigration is only one part of it, the other part of it is to figure out bipartisan policies to help include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) studies in the education system. Immigration is a really hot topic and I am very satisfied with the senate Bill. I am hopeful that immigration reform will pass, even though right now Washington is divided.”
Sanghvi was awarded a TechFellow “Best Engineering Leadership Award” in 2011 for her work at Facebook.
In late 2010, Sanghvi left Facebook and in 2011, co-founded a stealth collaboration startup called Cove along with Aditya Agarwal. In February 2012, Dropbox, the file synchronization and backup service company, announced that it had acquired Cove and that Sanghvi and Agarwal would be joining Dropbox. Sanghvi later became the Vice President of Operations at Dropbox, managing product, marketing, communications and other functions. In October 2013, Sanghvi left Dropbox, but continued to retain an advisory role at the company.
Sanghvi was one of the main people working on the first version of Facebook’s News Feed product, first launched in September 2006, and she wrote the blog post announcing its launch. The original news feed was an algorithmically generated and constantly refreshing summary of updates about the activities of one’s friends. The concept was relatively new at the time, with Twitter having launched only a few months in advance.
In 2006, Sanghvi became the product lead for Facebook Platform.
In 2005, Sanghvi and Agarwal both started working at Facebook. Sanghvi was Facebook’s first female engineer.
After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in 2004, Sanghvi initially planned to work in New York City, but says that she was horrified by the small cubicle size. She decided instead to move to Silicon Valley where her former CMU colleague Aditya Agarwal, whom she was dating, worked. She got a job at the Oracle Corporation.
Ruchi Sanghvi (born 20 January 1982) is an Indian computer engineer. She was the first female engineer hired by Facebook. In late 2010, she quit Facebook and in 2011, she started her own company Cove, with two other co-founders. The company was sold to Dropbox in 2012 and Sanghvi joined Dropbox as VP of Operations. She left Dropbox in October 2013.