Asha Hemrajani

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Asha Hemrajani is a senior corporate executive and consultant with more than two decades of experience in management consulting and in the mobile communications industry. She is currently an ICANN board member.[1]


Asha was born and raised in Hong Kong. She was educated in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, the United States and Singapore. She received her degree in electrical engineering from Lafayette University and later completed the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Executive Program in International Management. Asha is also a member of the Institute of Directors in Hong Kong as well as Singapore.[1]

According to ICANN, Asha's early work included mobile radio network "design, planning, optimization, performance evaluation and large-scale project management" with Hutchison Telecom, a telecommunications provider in Hong Kong. She later focused on infrastructure technologies at Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). In her various roles at Nokia, she continued covering network design and planning, plus business development, infrastructure marketing, and sales for the Asia Pacific and the Greater China regions. Asha served as head of global sales for the NSN's 3G/WCDMA wireless infrastructure business line. She later held the position head of business development for 4G/LTE Radio Programs. Since 2014, she has led the Business Evaluation Centre, which is part of the Singapore-based management consultancy called Knight Griffin.[1]


Asha was selected by the Nominating Committee to serve on the ICANN Board starting in October 2014 through the ICANN Annual General meeting in 2017.[1][2]



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Asha Hemrajani: ICANN Board Member, ICANN. Retrieved October 28, 2015.
  2. ICANN board getting three new directors by Kevin Murphy (September 12, 2014), Domain Incite. Retrieved October 28, 2015.