Facebook key executive Sheryl Sandberg Says She Is Leaving The Company
Sandberg has been one of the most influential women in Silicon Valley and her departure comes as Facebook faces an uncertain future and a fierce competition.
Second Meta executive Sheryl Sandberg made a shocking announcement on Wednesday that she will be leaving after 14 years of service
Sandberg, 52, has been one of the most influential women in Silicon Valley and her departure comes as a social juggernaut faces an uncertain future
Her exit from Facebook Meta parent will take effect in the fall, he wrote on stage, adding that he plans to sit on the company board.
A Harvard-educated official, Sandberg joined Facebook in 2008 when he was just starting out, playing a creative role in its development into a multi-billion dollar advertising empire.
Fourteen years later, it's time to write the next chapter of my life," Sandberg said. "I'm not sure what the future holds - I've learned that no one has ever existed
Her work not only made her a well-known figure in technology but also made her a household name, especially thanks to her 2013 book "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Hoad."