Maya Tata is one of the six board members of the Tata Medical Centre Trust, founded by Ratan Tata in 2011. The trust manages the Tata Medical Center (TMC) located in Kolkata. Maya Tata is the youngest heir to the Tata lineage.
Maya Tata was born in 1989 (age 34 years; as of 2023) in Mumbai, India. She completed her formal education at the Bayes Business School and the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom.
Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
Maya Tata’s father, Noel Tata, is the half-brother of Ratan Tata and the chairman of Trent and Tata Investment Corporation. Her mother, Aloo Mistry, is the daughter of late billionaire Pallonji Mistry and sister of former Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry. She is the third child of her parents after Leah and Neville.
Maya Tata is the maternal granddaughter of the late billionaire Pallonji Mistry. Her paternal grandparents are Naval Tata and his second wife Simone Tata who established Lakme and Westside brands. She is the step-niece of Ratan Tata. Her aunt and Cyrus Mistry’s wife, Rohiqa Mistry, is the second richest woman in India and has a net worth of more than Rs 56,000 crores, making her the second richest woman in India.
Husband & Children
There is not much information about her marital status.
She began her career in the business world by joining the oldest private equity fund of Tata Group subsidiary named Tata Opportunities Fund. Maya took training in investor relations and developed her skills in portfolio management with the experience of working in the corporate world. Maya joined Tata Digital Company to gain a better understanding of how the digital world operates after the Tata Opportunities Fund was permanently closed. The group, led by N Chandrasekaran, gave Tata Digital a sizeable amount of 1,000 crore rupees to fund its business activities. Maya attended the debut of the Tata Neu App, an application that offers consumers a customized and engaging shopping experience, while she was employed at Tata Digital. She now has a stronger predilection for cutting-edge and contemporary technology going forward attributable to this encounter. As of right now, Maya is one of the six members of the board of the Tata Medical Centre Trust, which oversees a cancer hospital located in Kolkata that Ratan Tata opened in 2011. Financial Express.