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Sheryl
 

Sheryl Huynh
Senior Director, WW Events and Creative Operations

I get to work on the biggest events that NVIDIA hosts – like CES, in Las Vegas, and Computex, in Taipei – where we're able to show off our products and vision to thousands of visitors each day. It's always a scramble, but we usually knock it out of the park, thanks to a global events team that's the envy of the industry.

Ian Buck
 

Ian Buck
VP, Accelerated Computing

I initially came here as an intern and returned when I finished my doctorate in parallel computing models with GPUs. I love the challenge of learnings something new each day, assessing where the problems are, and figuring out how GPUs can make things work faster. The best part of my job is that we help scientists help change the world.

Prajakta Gudadhe
 

Prajakta Gudadhe
Director, Software Engineering

A few years after joining NVIDIA as a systems software engineer, I became the team's tech lead. NVIDIA has given me opportunities to learn new skills, including serving spells in project management and software architecture. I don't know any other companies this size where engineers get ownership of projects so early on, and where expertise is valued more than experience.

Jonathan Cohen
 

Jonathan Cohen
Director, Deep Leaning Software

There's no more exciting field in computing right now than deep learning, and I get to help create software that makes it possible. There are few things more rewarding than using GPUs to solve long-standing problems that not so long ago were completely unsolvable.

Sreeramana Kommareddy
 

Sreeramana Kommareddy
Manager, Product Engineering

Coming here as an intern more than a decade ago, I got a chance to work in departments throughout the company. It exposed to me to a range of disciplines pretty quickly. I realized that product engineering is my real love, and that's what I'm doing now. It brings me great joy to know I'm making a real contribution to the world through technical innovation every day.

Genevieve Breed
 

Genevieve Breed
Manager, Streaming Multiprocessor Architecture

I signed on under the New College Grads training program, which gave me exposure to a variety of business units and disciplines, including software, hardware, programming and design. The culture of teamwork here has helped shape my career path. Now, I'm focused on creating faster, more power efficient GPUs and on mentoring team members.

Karthikeyan Samynathan
 

Karthikeyan Samynathan
Director, Software Engineering

GPUs have always fascinated me, so coming to work at NVIDIA was a dream for me. I started out on the mobile team, then moved to chip sets and now graphics solutions. There's a unique mix here of complex and creative, and each day we get the opportunity to experiment.

Daniel Rohrer
 

Daniel Rohrer
Senior Director, Chips Software

Fresh out of school with a master's degree, I came here as an intern and never left. NVIDIA's given me the chance to work in lots of roles, including graphics drivers, managing GPU chip design, engineering training and software security. After nearly two decades here, I feel like there are still plenty of opportunities to grow.