Jyoti Rajagopal joined the Woodruff Arts Center in June 2019. As Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Administration, Rajagopal leads all operational areas of administration including facilities management, safety & security, patron services, human resources and information technology. In this role, she works in partnership with the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the High Museum of Art to create a unique and inspiring experience.
Prior to joining the Arts Center, Rajagopal served in various senior leadership roles at Piedmont Healthcare, a large, not-for-profit healthcare system positioned across Georgia and the Southwest. During her tenure, she led the strategic planning arm for the system office and served as Vice President of Support Services for their 600+ bed flagship hospital located in the heart of Atlanta. Prior to Piedmont, Rajagopal was a Consultant at the Boston Consulting Group and held various financial roles at Ford Motor Company.
Rajagopal, a Michigan native, is a cum laude graduate and Dean’s List recipient of Duke University, with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Mathematics and Economics. She received a Master of Business Administration from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. She has achieved recognition as a QPI Black Belt and through programs such as Pathbuilders Achieva and GHA Leadership.
Rajagopal lives in Johns Creek with her husband and two children and actively volunteers with Generations Church in Norcross.