Digital writing assistance tool Grammarly has beefed up its management. The company has appointed Rahul Roy-Chowdhury as its global head of product. Before this, Roy-Chowdhury was the vice president of product management at Google, a company he spent 14 years at.
Brad Hoover, Grammarly CEO, said in the company blog, “Today, we’re excited to announce that Rahul Roy-Chowdhury is joining our team as our global head of product. Rahul brings deep expertise leading product, data, and design teams to build and scale them to a broad global audience. This includes building out widely used consumer products, developer platforms, and enterprise offerings, with a focus on privacy and user trust. Rahul is a values-based leader who cares deeply about our users and our mission. He’s passionate about product as a craft, from the foundations of data and design to the end-user experiences we create. We’re thrilled to welcome him to the team and look forward to benefiting from his visionary leadership as Grammarly grows our product offerings in the years ahead.”
Roy-Chowdhury led the privacy, safety, and security teams to unified solutions across Google’s product portfolio in his most recent role. Prior to that, he spent ten years on Chrome, leading the product management teams for Chrome browser and Chrome OS. Before Google, he worked at Solidcore Systems and Lazard Frères.