Tradeshift’s Sarika Garg is recognized as one of the top 50 women leaders in SaaS

November 1, 2019 Tradeshift Editorial Team

We’re delighted to announce that our Chief Strategy Officer, Sarika Garg, has been recognized as one of the leading women in the SaaS community by The Software Report.

In their 2019 list of the top 50 women leaders in SaaS, Sarika placed fifth. Joining her are accomplished peers from other leading software providers including Absolute, Looker, Expensify, SalesLoft, and Zoom. This is the second year in a row that Sarika has received the honour, she also placed fifth in the 2018 list. 

To choose their leaders, the Software Report took several factors into consideration including character, accomplishments and the positive impact they made on their organization. 

“I feel awesome that Tradeshift has once again been recognized,” says Sarika. “I wouldn’t be on this or any other lists if it wasn’t for the opportunities that I have had at Tradeshift and the amazing people I work with every day. It’s a lot of fun.”

Sarika joined Tradeshift in 2015 and is a driving force behind many of our major strategic projects. She has over 15 years of experience in senior roles and is a respected industry thought leader, contributing to articles in Forbes and Inc.  

Outside of the company, she is an active angel investor, advisor to startups, and a mentor to young leaders. She is also a powerful voice for diversity and inclusion in the workplace and candidly shared her experiences throughout her career in a Wall Street Journal article last year. 

A huge congratulations to Sarika and everyone on the list from all of us here at Tradeshift!

Want to work with Sarika and our other inspiring leaders across Tradeshift? Check out our careers page and see what roles we’ve got for you.


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