Ratan Tata, a stalwart in the Indian industrial landscape, is renowned for his transformative leadership at Tata Sons, a global conglomerate. His tenure as chairman from 1990 to 2012 saw Tata Sons evolve into a formidable global powerhouse. At 85, Ratan Tata has shifted his focus to philanthropy while actively grooming the next generation of Tata scions — Leah, Maya, and Neville Tata — to carry forward the legacy of the multi-billion-dollar business empire.
Tata’s Future Leaders: Introducing Leah, Maya, and Neville Tata – Lifestyle News
On November 2, 2022, the board of Tata Medical Centre Trust, a subsidiary of Tata Group, welcomed Leah, Maya, and Neville Tata. These heirs, offspring of Noel Tata, are under the mentorship of Ratan Tata. With an estimated net worth of Rs 3,800 crore, Ratan Tata is playing a pivotal role in shaping the future leaders of the Tata business empire.
Leah Tata: Rising Star in the Hospitality Sector
Leah Tata, the eldest daughter of Noel Tata, commenced her professional journey as an Assistant Sales Manager at Taj Hotels Resorts & Palaces. Following her education at IE Business School in Madrid, Leah garnered valuable experience in the sales department. Subsequently, reports suggest that she seamlessly transitioned to a significant role within the Indian Hotel Company, a key entity overseeing the management and operation of the Tata Group of Hotels, as highlighted in a report by Fortune India.
Maya Tata: From Finance to Digital Innovation
Maya Tata, the younger sister of Leah Tata, initiated her professional journey at Tata Opportunities Fund, guided by Ratan Tata. Serving as a portfolio manager and investor relations representative, her roles were documented by DNA and The Economic Times. A graduate of the University of Warwick and Bayes Business School, Maya has contributed to diverse capacities within the Tata Group. Notably, she has recently shifted her focus to Tata Digital after a stint with Tata Capital.