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Rahul Roy-Chowdhury to be Grammarly's next CEO; to succeed Brad Hoover

He joined the company in March 2021, and he is on course to become the CEO in just two years

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Sanika Sarode New Delhi
Indian-origin Rahul Roy-Chowdhury will takeover as the CEO of Grammarly, a communication assistance technology tool, the company said. Brad Hoover, the current CEO announced the change in a blog post. He said that Rahul's product and technology background is a huge asset, as is his ability to help navigate the road ahead.

Rahul, who has an MBA from Stanford and MS in Computer Science from Columbia, will start his new job on May 1. He also has a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Hamilton College in New York.

In a LinkedIn post, he said he joined the company because he

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First Published: Mar 23 2023 | 5:38 PM IST

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