Shishir was formerly an executive at YouTube, overseeing the product management, engineering and user experience teams. Over his six-year tenure, he helped grow YouTube to the world’s largest video destination and one of Google’s largest and fastest growing businesses. Prior to joining Google, Shishir spent six years at Microsoft where he held leadership roles in the Windows, Office and SQL Server divisions. Before Microsoft, Shishir was the founding CEO of Centrata (acquired by Lontra), a Kleiner Perkins-funded startup focused on data center management technologies. Shishir has bachelor's degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.