According to a latest update, Sheryl Sandberg has become the first woman on the number one social-networking company Facebook's Board of Directors.
Insiders informed our team; Sandberg was lured from Google in 2008 to become Facebook's Chief Operating Officer. At Google, she was responsible to build and manage the online sales channels for advertising and publishing and operations for consumer products worldwide.
As a matter of concern, it is found, Sandberg has been largely responsible for building Facebook's advertising business. Sandberg oversees Facebook’s business operations including sales, marketing, business development, legal, human resources, public policy and communications. She's also often presented as Facebook's public face, appearing at conferences and important meetings, while Zuckerberg often prefers to stay in the background to focus more on company’s growth.
Sharing his views on Sheryl’s induction to Facebook’s Board, Mark Zuckerberg has stated, Sheryl has been his partner in running Facebook and has been central to company’s growth and success over the years.
He further added, her experience both at Facebook and on public company boards makes her a natural fit for Facebook’s board.
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