Inspiring Women: Ms. Randi Zuckerberg
“Stay hungry to learn more,” she said. “Take advantage of the continuing education and training programs that are out there.”
“You don’t need to be website developer to build a good website, all you need is just a dedication and passion” clearly pointed out as she passionately describing her own terms of success.
This non-profit conference aims to raise awareness on the importance of gender diversity in the workplace and to empower working women to live up to their full potential.
Over her career she has been blessed to mentor thousands of entreprenuer, PR Media, Digital Specialists and luckily I am one of them.
This is all about the beauty of being a woman and all the amazing gifts that come along with that. Ms. Zuckerberg exemplifies a truly vibrant, beauty and brain. Women are the gems of the world, but the daily grind takes a toll and often lessens our sparkle, sad to say.
My hopes are to write inspiring #25%rateofreturn on all our investments in our life to provide and create an empowering network of women that we can rely on for the mentoring and motivation to help everyone shine. – Gracia Amor
Randi Zuckerberg. Randi is the former Director of Market Development and spokesperson for Facebook, and sister of the company’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. She is currently the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and Editor-in-Chief of Dot Complicated, a digital lifestyle website.
In August, Ms. Zuckerberg, 29, quit her job at Facebook, where she had been among the first two dozen people hired. Most recently, she was the director of marketing. In its early days, Ms. Zuckerberg was a buoyant presence, representing her reticent brother to an eager press. Later, she earned attention (not always favorable) singing at company functions with a band composed of colleagues. And she came up with the idea for Facebook Live, the social network’s video channel, which has featured interviews conducted by Facebook executives with Oprah Winfrey and President Obama.
The New York Times
The objectives of the event were to strengthen knowledge on women’s empowerment, compassion and dreams sustainability.
This event inspired participants with real life examples of success stories from Ms. Zuckerberg herself who went from humble beginning to heroine.
Pursue what you love to do and keep believing in yourself.
“If you own the IP you can write yourself into whatever you want!” She added.
Life is full of blessings and something we all can focus on BE MORE GRATEFUL. Each and every one of us has what it takes to live the GRATEFUL way; just have a choice. The powers are within and when we recognize we have control of creating our destiny we can embrace all the amazing grace that is inside. – Gracia Amor
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