Susan Wojcicki Wiki, Bio, Husband, Divorce, Salary and Net Worth

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Susan Wojcicki Wiki, Bio, Husband, Divorce, Salary and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth/Birthday July 05, 1968
Age 55 Years 10 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession/Occupation Executive, CEO
Working For/Engaged On YouTube
Husband/Spouse Dennis Troper
Married Yes
Divorced Not yet
Boyfriend/Dating No
Gay/Lesbian No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth $300 Million Dollars
Height/Tall Not Disclosed
Weight N/A
Children/Kids Five Children

Susan Diane Wojcicki (age 46, July 5, 1968) nicknamed, as Susan Wojcicki is an American technology executive for her occupation so far. She has been working as the CEO of YouTube lately. She holds an American nationality after her parents. She has completed her education from Harvard College. She has proven the world the fact that a woman potential can’t be just judged from her body and measurements but actual ability of a woman can also be explained by her excellence and the height of success gained by talent. Currently she is married to her husband Dennis Troper and has 5 children in her family. She is a sibling of Anne Wojcicki, a founder of 23andMe. Till the date the related field has not disclosed her net worth.

Susan was born on July 5, 1968 in Santa Clara County, California. She is the daughter of Esther Wojcicki, an educator of Russian Jewish decent, and Stanley Wojcicki, a Polish American physics professor at Stanford University. She has 2 sisters: Janet Wojcicki, (PhD, anthropologist and epidemiologist) and Anne Wojcicki, founder of 23andMe. She grew up on the Stanford campus, with George Dantzig as a neighbor. She attended Gunn High School in Palo Alto, California, and wrote for the school newspaper.

Talking about her academic background, she has studied history and literature at Harvard University and has graduated with honors in 1990. Afterwards she eventually planned to get PhD in economics and get into academics, but soon changed her plans when she became familiar with technology. Once she was fascinated by the term technology, she received her masters of science in economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1993 and a Master’s Business Administration from the UCLA Anderson School of Management in 1998.

As soon as she completed her PhD, in September 1998, the same month that Google was incorporated, its founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin set up office in Wojcicki's garage in Menlo Park. Before becoming Google's first marketing manager in 1999, Wojcicki worked in marketing at Intel in Santa Clara, California and was a management consultant at Bain & Company and R.B. Webber & Company. At Google, she worked on the initial viral marketing programs as well as the first Google doodles. Wojcicki also took part in the development of successful contributions to Google such as Google Images and Google Books. Wojcicki grew within Google to become senior vice president of Advertising & Commerce and lead the advertising and analytic products including AdWords, AdSense, DoubleClick, and Google Analytics. She developed AdSense, which became Google's second largest source of revenue. She handled two of Google’s largest acquisitions: the $1.65 billion dollars purchase of YouTube in 2006 and the $3.1 billion dollars purchase of DoubleClick in 2007. She later became the Senior Vice President of YouTube. In February 2014 she became the head of YouTube. She was also named on Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Business list in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 at #43, #28, #18 and #19, respectively. Wojcicki was named #1 on the Adweek 50 list in 2013. She was named #36 on Vanity Fair's New Establishment list in 2013 and #39 in 2012.

Turning to her personal life, 46 years old Susan married Dennis Troper on August 23, 1998 in Belmont, California. At present they have five children. Till the date no any kind of dispute in between them has ever recorded. It seems they are happily married and has not any sign of getting separated even in coming future. On December 16, 2014, ahead of taking her fifth maternity leave, Wojcicki wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal about the importance of paid maternity leave. She is often quoted talking about the importance of finding balance between family and career.