Two Indian-origin women on Forbes list of America's richest self-made women Noor Arora
Indian-origin technology executives Jayshree Ullal and Neerja Sethi have made it to the Forbes' list of America's 60 richest self-made women, with 21-year-old reality-TV star and entrepreneur Kylie Jenner the youngest to be featured in the power list. Ullal is ranked 18th in the list of 60 self-made women, having a net worth of 1.3 billion dollars, while Sethi is ranked 21st with a net worth of a billion dollars. "America's top female entrepreneurs have shattered ceilings and scaled new heights, creating companies and building fortunes in everything from genetic testing to aerospace. Increasingly these selfmade starters are tapping social media to cement their brands and build businesses ever more quickly. That, in turn, has helped the nation's most successful women become richer than ever before," Forbes said. Born in London and raised in India, Ullal, 57, has been president and CEO of Arista Networks, a computer networking firm, since 2008.