Randi Zuckerberg Slams Facebook, Reveals Reason Behind Her Exit
Randi Zuckerberg (Photo Credits: Facebook/Randi Zuckerberg)

New York, February 6: Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, in an interview revealed that she was not comfortable about working at the organisation. After joining Facebook in 2004, she was assigned to work in the fledgling live streaming department. According to Randi, she joined the organisation at the request of her brother. She left Facebook in 2011, and started her own social media firm, named "Zuckerberg Media". Facebook Hoax Message! Do Not Type Gratula to Confirm Your Account’s Security, It Is As Fake As BFF Was.

In the interview, Randi told CNN, “I hated being the only woman in almost every room that I was in for 10 straight years.” Randi further added that she realised that she desperately wanted to see a world where there was more representation from women in the room and also wanted to step out of Silicon Valley. But after 15 years a little has changed, she added. Facebook Says It Didn't Give Access to Netflix, Spotify & Other Partners Without Users' Permission.

Taking a dig at patriarchal dominance in the society, she said that it was useful to have men’s name in the tech sector, as due to her name ‘Randi’ she got fixed many interviews in the early phase of Facebook. In the interview, Randi also said that she always wanted to be a part of a solution rather than a problem. Stop Typing BFF in Facebook Comments Section to Check Profile Security! Green BFF Comment is a Hoax.

Before working at Facebook, she was a panellist on Forbes on Fox. After graduating from Harvard, Randi worked for two years in marketing for advertising firm Ogilvy & Mather. Randi has produced shows and digital content for BeachMint, the Clinton Global Initiative, Cirque du Soleil, the United Nations, Condé Nast and Bravo.