How Google's leaders see technology, our industry and the world.
  • Caesar Sengupta
    VP, Next Billion Users Team

    Caesar Sengupta

    ​​I lead Google's efforts to engage the next billion internet users by building useful products and features for them like Datally, Files Go, Google Station and Tez. I joined Google in 2006.

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  • Clay Bavor
    VP, Virtual and Augmented Reality

    Clay Bavor

    I joined Google in 2005. Since then I've been involved with a number of projects across the company—including co-creating Google Cardboard, and leading Google's VR and AR projects since 2014.

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  • Eve Andersson
    Director, Accessibility Engineering

    Eve Andersson

    I joined Google in 2007, and lead our accessibility efforts, building technology for people with disabilities and working across the company to ensure our products work for everyone.

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  • Fei-Fei Li
    Chief Scientist, Google AI

    Fei-Fei Li

    I joined Google to democratize AI because I believe AI should benefit everyone, not just the privileged few.

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  • Frederik G. Pferdt
    Chief Innovation Evangelist

    Frederik G. Pferdt

    I believe creativity exists in all of us, and I'm passionate about strengthening this innate inventiveness. I joined Google in 2010, and today I lead a community of Innovation Evangelists to create a culture where innovation can thrive.

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  • Lorraine Twohill
    Senior Vice President, Global Marketing

    Lorraine Twohill

    I joined Google in 2003, and now lead our global marketing team, responsible for bringing Google’s products to life for our users all over the world.

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  • Mary Ellen Coe
    President, Google Marketing Solutions

    Mary Ellen Coe

    I lead Google's team that works to help small and medium businesses get online and grow. This mission is personally near and dear to me as I come from a family of small business owners.

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  • Urs Hölzle
    Senior Vice President, Technical Infrastructure

    Urs Hölzle

    I joined Google in 1999 as the first vice president of engineering. Now, I oversee Google’s technical infrastructure, including making that infrastructure available to developers around the world through Google Cloud.

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