Employee Spotlight: Viral Sheth


Viral Sheth.

Years at Ripple:


Role at Ripple:

Director of International Sales.

Adding more perspective – help unlock new opportunities, drive strategic decision making for neuro and neuromed business units, & grow our presence outside north america.

Role outside Ripple:

Dad of twins, husband to a beautiful and accommodating wife, chauffeur for the 3 most important girls in my life, cricket (sport) enthusiast, business and stock investment consultant for friends, fan of Indian & Asian cuisine

What do you do when you’re not selling your soul to Ripple:

You mean when I am sleeping? 😉 In all earnestness, I enjoy doing what I do for Ripple and I wouldn’t trade it for anything else. I enjoy spending time with my kids and family. They’re teaching me some gymnastic moves lately that they learn from their classes. Have not been successful so far! Also, enjoy playing board games with friends and families. Love playing cricket. Have also gotten lot more passionate about skiing lately. Enjoy hiking in Pacific Northwest area.

Favorite (legal) activity in Salt Lake City:

Haven’t skied in SLC but would love to. In/around Eugene, our favorite outdoor activity is hiking.

Favorite restaurant in Salt Lake City:

Haven’t been to many in SLC, so it’s best I comment on Eugene. Love a local Thai restaurant called Ta Ra Rin.

One fact about you:

Not hard to tell but I grew up in Mumbai, India. 😛 I spent around 20 years.

Why you chose Ripple:

Young and dynamic engineering team with a passion to create new technology to enable the next wave of neuroscience research. I wanted to be a part of this journey, where we become one of the leading neuroscience research companies in the world.

Why you enjoy Ripple:

Again, because of our engineering excellence and a dynamic, young team. I love helping our key opinion leading customers produce ground-breaking research. And I think Ripple team works diligently to provide that platform and ongoing support. Not to mention, there is a family like atmosphere with empathy and team culture, which I am a big fan of.

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