Randi Zuckerberg is the Founder & CEO of Zuckerberg Media, a boutique-marketing firm and production company, working with high profile organizations and Fortune 500 companies such as The Clinton Global Initiative, Cirque du Soleil, Conde Nast, and PayPal.

She is the author of two books. Dot Complicated, a New York Times bestseller, discusses Randi’s personal journey on the front lines of Facebook, and her thoughts on how technology has completely changed our lives. Dot a children’s picture book, features an energetic little girl who learns to find balance between her gadgets and playing outside with her friends. The Jim Henson Production Company recently optioned the television rights for Dot.

She is a television producer and contributor. In 2011, she was nominated for an Emmy Award for her innovative blend of online/TV coverage of the U.S. mid-term elections. In 2012, she was the executive producer for a TV docu-series on Bravo about Silicon Valley’s startup culture, and she regularly appears on camera as a contributor for The Today Show and The Katie Couric show to discuss life in the digital age. Randi can currently be heard on her business talk radio show, Dot Complicated, on SiriusXM.

A musician and actress; while Randi has always performed around the Bay Area with her tech cover band, Feedbomb, in Spring 2014, she made it to the big leagues when she starred in Rock of Ages on Broadway for a 30-show run as ‘Regina Koontz.’

Randi sits on the board of Professional Diversity Network, a publicly traded company that helps with diversity staffing and training for Fortune 500 companies. In Fall 2014, she launched her first app, Wake Up World!, tasked with teaching children the story of Rosh Hashanah. Randi is also dedicated to expanding her angel investing portfolio with investments in exciting up-and-coming startups.

Also you may have heard of her work at, you know, a tiny little internet company called Facebook, where she created and ran the social media pioneer’s marketing programs from 2005-2011.

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January 20, 2015

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