Jensen Huang

Jensen Huang

President of NVIDIA

Personal Stats

NameJensen Huang
Net Worth$118 Billion

About Jensen Huang

Jen-Hsun "Jensen" Huang is the current President and CEO of the NVIDIA Corporation. He co-founded NVIDIA in 1993, and under his leadership, the company has grown to become a major player in the tech industry, particularly in the fields of gaming, professional visualization, data centers, and AI. Jensen Huang has received numerous accolades for his contributions to the tech industry, including being named one of the world's top CEOs by Harvard Business Review and being inducted into the U.S. Immigrant Hall of Fame.

Businesses Owned

  • NVIDIA Corporation

Early Life

Jensen Huang started having an early interest in electronics and technology.

  • Born in 1963 in Tainan City, Taiwan.
  • Moved to the United States at the age of nine.
  • Attended Oneida Baptist Institute, a boarding school in Kentucky.
  • Later moved to Oregon, where he attended Aloha High School.
  • Developed an early interest in electronics and technology.
  • Earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Oregon State University.
  • Obtained a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
  • Worked at LSI Logic and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) before co-founding NVIDIA.
  • Co-founded NVIDIA in 1993 with Curtis Priem and Chris Malachowsky.


Jensen keeps his family life relatively private.

  • Jensen is married to Lori Huang.
  • They have two children, Spencer Huang and Madison Huang.
  • Spencer is currently a product manager at Nvidia, while Madison is currently the director of product marketing at Nvidia.
  • Jensen and Lori were both students at Oregon State University.
  • Lori Huang has been a supportive partner throughout Jensen’s career, including during the founding and growth of NVIDIA.
  • He maintains a relatively private family life, focusing on his work at NVIDIA and philanthropic efforts with his wife.
  • Together with Lori, Jensen has made significant contributions to education and health care, including a $30 million donation to Stanford University for the Jen-Hsun Huang School of Engineering Center.

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