Rajan Anandan is vice president and managing director of Google Southeast Asia and India, responsible for Google’s sales and operations in the region. Anandan is focused on expanding the Internet ecosystem in the region, increasing adoption among consumers and businesses, and accelerating innovation. Southeast Asia and India, with over 2 billion consumers and 500 million Internet users, is the fastest-growing Internet user base in the world. Anandan joined in early 2011 to lead Google's business in India. His career includes leadership roles at Microsoft, Dell, and McKinsey & Company. Prior to Google, Anandan was the managing director of Microsoft India and built India's largest software business. Before joining Microsoft, he was a vice president with Dell, where he held several global leadership roles, including that of the executive assistant to chairman Michael Dell. Before Dell, Anandan was a partner with McKinsey & Company in Chicago. He holds an Master of Science degree from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science from MIT.