My father, Dr. Santosh Saha, is a professor of history, and as he moved around the world for work, so did my mom, sister and me.

I came to the US for undergraduate studies in Electrical Engineering and paid my way through school working odd jobs; then went on to complete my MBA.

Curiosity has always been a defining characteristic of mine. When I worked in the library, I would pause and read books, and that reading habit has continued to this day. When I worked as a delivery boy for computer hardware, I took my own time to observe and learn how the other team members built and installed computers.

As I moved through my first two jobs, I felt the need to continue to learn,  and was accepted to Kellogg's Management Institute program (KMI). It was a life-changing event.

The Kellogg education earned me a position at GE, where within the first 18 months I was rated Top Talent, GE's highest performance rating category. I left GE due to relocation requirements  that did not align with my family needs.

Subsequently, I worked at Ametek in Cleveland in various positions, then took on a PE CEO role, and in 2017, took on another CEO role, relocating to Dallas, where I now live.

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With my daughters

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On a Caribbean cruise with parents and sisters family

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Teambuilding with Staff families