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Did You Know About...Youtube's Susan Wojcicki?

Did you know that Susan is my birthday mate, just that she was born in 1968 and not 1980. 

Hahaha...I was so elated to know this powerful woman is my #BirthTribe. 

Well, Susan is also the CEO of Youtube, a major subsidiary of Google. Did I hear you say, Waow?

Wojcicki, is called "the most important person in advertising" and "the most important Googler you've never heard of". 

She was 16th on Forbes Magazine's List of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women in 2011. In 2012 she was 25th on this list and in 2013 she was 30th. In 2014, she was named #12 on the list. She invented Adsense, adwords etc and is behind Google's 2 major acquisitions including Youtube which she heads. 

This extraordinary CEO has been married since 1998 to Dennis Troper and is a mother of 5 children.

Yes, 5 children! You heard right. So what is your excuse CEO?


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