Tushar Trivedi earned his B.S. in Management from Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, and currently resides in San Francisco.
Trivedi spent many years at Google having worked across Business Development and HR both in the US and abroad as an expat in Asia (Singapore).
Upon completion of his international assignment, Trivedi repatriated to the US to take on an operational role in Business Development managing strategic partnerships within Google's TV + and YouTube Ads businesses where he had revenue responsibility.
He eventually left Google to join Bleacher Report (acquired by TimeWarner/Turner Broadcasting for ~$200M) as the Division Head of HR, where he successfully led the acquisition-integration, scaled the company globally from 100 to 300+ employees, and launched the company internationally in Europe and Latin America.
Trivedi has received numerous awards, including being named "HR's Rising Star of the Year" by HR Executive Magazine in 2014.
Workforce Magazine also announced that he was one of the "Game Changers of 2014," an award that recognizes professionals under the age of 40 who are either CEOs, Technology Experts, HR Executives, or Academics, who have proven themselves in shaping and influencing the growth and success of the HR function.
In 2010, his alma mater (Purdue University) named him to their "Forty Under 40" Distinguished Alumni list, where he was featured with NFL-MVP and Super Bowl-winning Quarterback, Drew Brees.
Trivedi is actively involved with the HR community, and has lectured and given keynote speeches through WorldatWork and SHRM (Society of HR Management).