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Kirthikka Devi Venkataram

Kirthikka Devi Venkataram
Kirthikka is a Product professional, served B2B segments of multiple industry verticals like automotive, wireless telecommunication services, AI start up and deep tech signal processing research incubator. She holds a Master of Engineering specialized in Applied Electronics securing Anna University’s V rank and as top 5% in the overall batch. She has been recognized for her significant contribution in projecting before prospects about the Business Unit’s technology and service during her early career. She has coordinated and led professionals of diverse experience and culture in her Executive Development Program adding value to the group. She is a Lead to Women Who Code Data Science community.  A busy mother and passionate about travelling and cooking.

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