Director of Facebook is the first woman on the board of social network
The Facebook named in the late afternoon on Monday (25), the first woman to join the board of the company. Sheryl Sandberg is chief of operations in the social network and her work includes overseeing areas such as sales, marketing, business, legal, human resources, public policy and communication. She is an economist and has extensive experience in managing large enterprises.According to Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook, Sheryl is an important figure in the company’s growth and success over the years. “Sheryl has been my partner in the implementation of Facebook for years and his work is fundamental to the growth of the company,” Zuckerberg said in a statement. According to Mark, her arrival on the board only comes as a factor of change of position, because his experience and understanding of the group have always been part of their work.
Before working at Facebook, Sandberg was vice president of global sales and operations for Google, chief of staff to U.S. Treasury Department and the World Bank. The Economist has a long career ahead of important business and this is not the first time as part of a board. Sheryl also actively participates on the boards of companies like The Walt Disney Company, Women for Women and an Internatinal Center for Global Development.
In a statement she said that work every day to make the world more open and connected and that the position on the board of Facebook is something that made her very happy there that she feels part of a team that is having a very profound impact on changing world in which we live. Board members are now Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg – CEO Empesa; Marc Andreessen L, Erskine B. Bowles, Andreessen Horowitz – President of the University of North Carolina, James W. Nreyer, Accel Partners, Donald E.Graham – CEO of The Washington Post; Reed Hastings – Chairman of Netflix, Peter A. Thiel – the Founders Fund and the first woman Sheryl