Google Appoints NCSU Graduate as Site Manager for Cloud Engineering Center in Durham

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DURHAM – Kamala Subramaniam, a graduate of North Carolina State University, is the site manager for Google’s engineering hub being created in Durham, Google said Wednesday. And she notes that Google is looking for talent.

“Google Cloud is hiring in Durham, NC!” she notes on LinkedIn. Google announced the engineering center in May and plans to hire some 1,000 workers over time.

Kamala Subramaniam (Photo via her LinkedIn site)

“We are recruiting software engineers at all levels for our networking, storage and security infrastructure platform. “

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With a master’s and a doctorate in computer engineering from NCSU, she is “responsible for growing the presence of Google Cloud in North Carolina and creating an ecosystem of universities, industry and local communities, ”Google said. “Kamala will focus on research, scientific discovery and technological advancement, all with an emphasis on diversity and inclusion. “

Google chooses Durham for its engineering hub, aims to create 1,000 jobs

Subramaniam brings more than engineering skills and knowledge of the Triangle to work. Google notes that she is also “an avid theater actress and loves horseback riding.”

According to her biography, Subramaniam “started her career at Google in 2016 in the Bay Area where she was a leader in engineering for Google’s infrastructure networks. Kamala works on the scalability, efficiency and reliability of all Google networks: data center networks, private data center networks B4, WAN Internet B2 and cloud network. His experience is in building high performing engineering teams that work on large scale and geographically distributed distributed systems. Kamala is also the Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Google Networking, passionate about hiring and growing underrepresented talent in her organizations. “

She graduated from Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), one of the largest technological universities in India and previously worked at Microsoft as well as other technology companies.

Subramaniam also sits on the NCSU IT Strategic Advisory Board.


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