Parent volunteers are a great asset as you build a chess program, and if you are associated with a school club, your teachers and administrators are a valuable support network.
Ramesh Chitor has been an active volunteer, friend and family member of the NorCal House of Chess for many years. You can find him at the Club over the weekend working with young brains.
Ramesh works for Rubrik as WW Alliances leader where he provides strategic direction, business planning, go-to-market positioning, and industry leadership for Alliances partners (NetApp, Pure Storage, SAP, Oracle, MSFT and Cisco’s Datacenter Partners. Prior to joining Ramesh worked at Western Digital managing hyper-scalars and data protection ISVs. Before that, he worked at Cisco’s Chief Technology Office where he managed ISV and IHV partners for Cisco’s Datacenter Group. Before Cisco, Ramesh worked for IBM Systems and Technology Group (STG) where he was instrumental in developing and executing the partner platform strategy for Data Management, Analytics and Solutions functions.