Los Altos Hills, California, is a small town in the heart of Silicon Valley. It is a 10-minute drive away from the headquarters of Facebook, Google and Apple, and from Stanford University. Yet, this small town with just about 8,000 residents, most of them high- profile wealthy tech billionaires, astonishingly retains an old world rural charm with rolling hills and single homes. The mayor is Kavita Tankha, an Indian American mother of four who has made this sleepy town her home since 2005, after working and living with her husband and family in various parts of the world. Armed with a degree in law, Tankha once worked for various companies in Zurich, London, Chicago and Toronto, before finally deciding to settle down in Los Altos Hills, lured by its agrarian beauty.
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