Griffith R. Harsh IV is married to Meg Whitman, President and CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Meg Whitman is married to Griffith R. Harsh IV, a neurosurgeon from St. Louis, Missouri. Harsh went to Harvard before going to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. After going to medical school (again at Harvard), he’s spent his professional life mainly tackling the treatment of brain tumors.
Anthony Paduano is married to Ruth Porat, CFO of Google
Zachary Bogue is married to Marissa Mayer, President and CEO of Yahoo!
Marissa Mayer tied the knot with Zachary Bogue in 2009. Bogue is a former lawyer and a founder of Data Collective, an investment fund focused on “big data” companies. As an angel investor, he’s put money in startups like Square and Uber. Bogue went to Harvard as an undergraduate and Georgetown for law school. Mayer and Bogue run half-marathons together, and have a replica of a Palo Alto diner in their backyard. He lists himself as an “environmentalist” in his Twitter bio.
Dennis Troper is married to Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube
Susan Wojcicki is married to fellow Google executive Dennis Troper. This product director at Google describes his job as building awesome products, and urges everyone to “never stop learning.” The pair have five kids together, perhaps the next generation of this Google dynasty.
Gal Tirosh is married to Safra Catz, Co-CEO of Oracle
Safra Catz is married to Gal Tirosh, an Israeli who was a stay-at-home dad for their two children. Catz described Tirosh to Fortune as a writer who was secure in his role, and helped her early career. “If the ops meeting runs late, I don't have to pick [my children] up at daycare,” she reportedly said. Tirosh has also been a soccer coach in Palo Alto, California, according to Bloomberg.
Gregg Couch is married to Angela Ahrendts, SVP of retail and online stores at Apple
Angela Ahrendts made around $82.6 million last year, making the Apple retail chief the highest-paid female executive in America. Ahrendts is married to her childhood sweetheart, Gregg Couch. Couch became a stay-at-home dad to the couple’s three children when they moved to London for Ahrendts’ job as the CEO of Burberry.
Casey Dunn is married to Mitchell Baker, Executive Chairwoman of Mozilla Foundation and CEO of Mozilla Corporation
Brad Murray is married to Lynn Jurich, Cofounder and co-CEO of Sunrun
Lynn Jurich, who runs the consumer solar power company Sunrun, dated Brad Murray in secret for more than a year before they finally got hitched. Murray is the president and cofounder of TATCHA, a beauty products company. The company says it honors Japanese heritage with an “elegant skincare collection formulated and made in Japan." Before that, Murray worked in private equity and graduated from Harvard Business School.
Mohandas Warrior is married to Padmasree Warrior, former CTO of Cisco Systems and former CTO of Motorola
Padmasree Warrior and her husband, Mohandas (Mohan) Warrior met at Delhi’s prestigious Indian Institute of Technology. Mohan is the CEO of laser manufacturing company Alfalight, but previously worked at Motorola as well.
Cameron Poetzscher is married to Varsha Rao, Head of Global Operations at Airbnb
Varsha Rao met her husband, Australian-born Cameron Poetzscher, in business school at Harvard. When they married in 1997, they were working for McKinsey and Golman Sachs respectively. Since then they have both gone on to high positions at two of Silicon Valley's hottest tech companies. Poetzscher is the Head of Corporate Development at Uber. They have two kids together.
Mark Rometty is married to Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President, and CEO of IBM
Ginni Rometty has been married to her husband Mark Rometty for over 30 years. Mark is a principal investor in the Bam Oil Company, and is listed as “treasurer and secretary,” The New York Times reports. The pair met when they were both starting out in business and were training in the General Motors Institute.
Ginni tells an inspiring story about Mark, which shows just how much he’s supported her career. Early in her career, Ginni was offered a job promotion but was unsure whether she was ready, and debated whether she should take it.
This is how Ginni describes Mark’s response: “He said, do you think a man would have answered the question that way? He said, I know you. In six months you'll be ready for something else. And you know what? He was right. And I went in the next day and I took that job.”