Randi Zuckerberg is an entrepreneur, investor, public speaker, and media personality, passionate about the intersection of technology and our modern lives. As an early employee at Facebook, she led major consumer marketing initiatives in the company’s formative years, helped launch the live streaming video industry, and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2011 for her innovative coverage of the midterm elections, combining television and social media.
Since leaving Facebook in 2011, she has published three books: “Dot Complicated”— a New York Times Best Seller, about our exciting (but complicated!) wired lives, “DOT.”—a children’s book about a tech-savvy little girl, now an animated television show on Sprout (in partnership with Jim Henson Productions), and “Missy President”—the story of a 9-year-old girl elected President of the United States after her homework assignment accidentally goes viral.
Randi is the host of a weekly business talk radio show on SiriusXM, a LinkedIn Influencer, and a frequent contributor on “TODAY.” A lifelong lover of musical theater and a trained opera singer, Randi joined the cast of “Rock of Ages” on Broadway in Spring 2014 in a leading role for 30 performances. In 2015, she joined the American Theatre Wing’s Advisory Board and became a TONY voter.
Randi is also a passionate advocate for women in entrepreneurship and leadership. She has invested in and advised more than a dozen women-led startups and she serves on the board of Professional Diversity Network, a publicly traded company, working closely with Fortune 500 companies to close the gender and diversity gap.
Randi is a graduate of Harvard University and currently resides in New York City with her husband, Brent, and two sons.