ElectrifAi, a Jersey City artificial intelligence and machine learning company that counts the United States Government in its customer list, appointed three women executives Tuesday.
Saroj Venkatesh is head of ElectrifAi’s India business, Xian Sun is head of ElectrifAi’s China business, and Nancy Hornberger is executive vice president and co-head of ElectrifAi’s health care business.
They’re responsible for managing the strategic growth of their geographic and industry segments, and continuing to deliver products to ElectrifAi’s global customer base.
“At ElectrifAi, our practical machine learning products help our customers drive profit and performance improvement while also reducing risk. ElectrifAi’s machine learning products are a unique blend of software and data science requiring multi-disciplinary skills. Each of these executives brings a unique set of skills to the table,” said ElectrifAi Chief Executive Officer Edward Scott in a statement.
“Xian Sun is a world-class data scientist and general manager, Saroj Venkatesh is a demonstrated leader in software development and operations, and Nancy Hornberger is a highly regarded expert in facilitating strategic growth within the health care industry,” Scott said. “Over the past year, we have made strides towards gender parity and have been steadily expanding the presence of women in key leadership roles at our company. We are committed to pushing boundaries and leveling the playing field for women in technology.”
The three women’s cumulative experience in technology implementation, data science, software and business strategy implementation spans nearly 70 years.