Susan Wojcicki or Susan Wojcicki Diane is a Polish-American executive known as the CEO of the largest streaming platform in the world, YouTube. She has been working in the high-tech industry for more than 20 years. She has been called “the most important person in advertising.” She was also named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2015. Later, in another issue of Time, Wojcicki was also named “the most powerful woman on the internet.”
Wojcicki is also known as one of the founders of Google, he helped create the search engine and was appointed Google’s first CMO in 1999.
Eventually, he also decided to take over Google’s online advertising business, which he also took over, as well as running Google’s original video service.
After seeing the success of YouTube, Wojcicki pushed for YouTube to acquire Google, which happened in 2006. He has been CEO of YouTube since 2014. Susan Wojcicki was a US citizen and eventually acquired Polish citizenship.
Susan Wojcicki Wiki/Biography
Susan Wojcicki was born on July 5, 1968, now 53 years old, in Santa Clara County, California, USA. Susan Wojcicki was born into an educated family. Her parents were of Jewish and Polish-American descent. Susan was born and raised on the campus of Stanford University, where she enjoyed the company of her neighbor George Dantzig.
He attended Gunn High School in Palo Alto, California, where he regularly contributed articles to the school newspaper. She graduated with a liberal arts degree from her college and took her first computer science course last year. Later, Wojcicki entered Harvard University, where he studied history and literature. In 1990 he graduated with honors.