Shuman Ghosemajumder is Vice President of Strategy at Shape Security, a Kleiner Perkins and Google Ventures-backed startup that has developed the world’s first botwall, a new class of technology to protect websites against advanced threats.
Shuman previously led global product management for click fraud at Google, protecting their $23 billion annual revenue pay-per-click AdWords business. He joined Google in 2003 as one of the early product managers for AdSense and helped grow that business to $2 billion in annual revenue. He also led the launch and growth of the Link Units business to a $100 million annual run rate in nine months and helped launch Gmail.
In 2009, he co-founded TeachAIDS, a nonprofit educational technology startup spun out of Stanford University, which creates research-based software used in 78 countries. It is backed by Barclays, Microsoft, and UNICEF, and is partnered with more than 200 NGOs worldwide.
Prior to Google, Shuman worked at McKinsey & Co. and IBM. He earned a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Western Ontario (President's Scholar) and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.