Most landlords only hope their renters pay on time, keep a tidy space, and don't disturb the neighbors.
But Susan Wojcicki's renters — Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin — ended up offering up a bit more: the chance to become employee No. 16 in 1998 at a young search-engine startup called Google.
Of course, it's taken more than this incredible circumstance for Wojcicki to rise in the ranks at Google. From expanding the company's ad business to persuading its founders to purchase an up-and-coming video-sharing service called YouTube, Wojcicki has played a vital role in Google's becoming one of the world's most valuable companies.
Here's a glimpse at Wojcicki's life and her rise at Google from employee No. 16 to YouTube's CEO: