Shaygan Kheradpir is a renowned technology executive and businessman. He is a graduate of Cornell University and holds a bachelor’s, master’s degree and doctorate in electrical engineering. Shaygan Kheradpir was raised in London as a toddler but later grew up in Iran. He went to high school in Switzerland at Aiglon College and later relocated to the United States for further studies.
He was once a board member of the National Doctrine of Standards & Technology, a subordinate professor of at Northeastern University who lectures electrical engineering and has numerous patents. He has served on the committee of the United States Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Visiting Committee on Upgraded Technology from 2010 to 2013. He was also a member of the board of advisors YMCA of Greater New York from 2007 to 2010. He is an associate of the Engineering Council at Cornell University and has made significant advancements in the companies he has worked for.
He was announced the CEO of Juniper Networks, a leading industry in network innovation by Scott Kriens, the chairman of the board. His tenure commenced on January 1, 2014, after preceding Kevin Johnson, who remains a member of the board. The search for a CEO was detailed as Scott Kriens described it. Shaygan was selected on the criteria that he has successful business activities and technology management, with industry experience and technical focus. Another vital trait is that Shaygan’s ethics and principals for the company concur with the company’s values that are necessary for building a firm foundation for Juniper’s future.
Before working for Juniper Networks, Kheradpir served as the chief officer of operations for the global retail bank at Barclays bank, a dominant global financial services provider in 2011. He later became the technology officer and chief officer of operations and for the whole bank worldwide across retail, wealth, business, cards, corporate and investment banking. He was an incentive in for the banks advancement along the lines of 21st-century industrialization technique and customer-related innovation. He was at the front line to transform the company into a digital one with industrialized controls plus product innovation that was vital to people’s lives including Pingit and Cloudit.
He also worked for GTE Laboratories where he was responsible for network routing, control, and administration. He later became chief information officer gaining dignity for delivering the latest products on became the chief executive of Verizon’s e-business sector, prior to becoming the first ever CIO/CTO of the company. He was also known for diversifying the company into an expansive range of automated operations and telecommunication services. He played a significant role in restructuring GTE’s core systems based on ultramodern computer science, probing operational excellence through vitally developed cost structure for the company.