Parag Agarwal Twitter New CEO: Parag Agarwal, 45, joined Twitter in 2011 and was promoted to CTO in 2017. Parag attended IIT Bombay and Stanford University in the United States. In a statement, Dorsey stated, “I believe in Parag and believe the time has come for the company to move on from its founders.”
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of the microblogging website Twitter, resigned as the company’s CEO on Monday (CEO). Following this, the company’s board of directors announced the appointment of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Parag Agarwal as the company’s new CEO.
“I have decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is now ready to move on from its founders,” Dorsey said in a statement. Dorsey stated about Agarwal, “I have faith in Parag as CEO.” His work here over the last ten years has been outstanding.
This was stated by Parag Agarwal following his appointment
Deep gratitude for @jack and our entire team, and so much excitement for the future. Here’s the note I sent to the company. Thank you all for your trust and support 💙 https://t.co/eNatG1dqH6 pic.twitter.com/liJmTbpYs1— Parag Agrawal (@paraga) November 29, 2021
Aggarwal stated, “I want to thank the board for having faith in me and my leadership.” I am grateful to Jack for his ongoing mentorship, support, and involvement. I’m looking forward to building on the company’s successes under Jack Dorsey’s leadership.
According to Agarwal, the entire world is watching us right now. People will have different reactions to today’s news. This is because he is concerned about Twitter and our future. It demonstrates the significance of our work. Let us demonstrate Twitter’s full potential to the rest of the world.
Parag has worked with some of the most prominent technology companies
Prior to joining Twitter, Parag Agarwal worked for major US corporations such as Yahoo, Microsoft, and AT&T. In addition to the appointment of Parag Agarwal, Twitter has announced the immediate appointment of Brett Taylor, a board member of the company since 2016, as an independent chairman of the board.