Nadia Shouraboura

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Nadia Shouraboura
EducationPrinceton University (PhD)
Tel Aviv University
Moscow State University
OccupationData Scientist, Entrepreneur

Nadia Shouraboura is a Russian-American mathematician, data scientist and entrepreneur.

Early life and education[edit]

She was born and raised in Moscow. Her parents were mathematicians.[1]

She studied mathematics and computer science at Moscow State University.[2]

She holds a PhD in mathematics from Princeton University.[3] Her doctoral advisor was Bernard Chazelle.[4]


She served as vice president of technology at Amazon for 8 years.[5]

During her career at Amazon, she has also received 4 patents.[6]

After leaving Amazon, she became a serial entrepreneur and started a number of companies, including Hointer and Starlight Multimedia. She has served on the board of numerous companies, including Cimpress, Ferguson, X5 Retail Group.[7][8]

She is currently the CEO of Hointer, which is a men's clothing retailer, based in Seattle.[9]


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