Mark Zuckerberg’s sister explains why she left Facebook

‘And I always thought, you know, gosh, I want to be part of the solution, not continue to be part of the problem.

‘So I think maybe I need to step outside of Silicon Valley and really understand where we’re losing women and where we’re losing girls in this funnel.’

Randi Zuckerberg, who worked in the fledgling live video department of the social network in its early days, says that Facebook was her brother’s vision.

‘It’s his company,’ she said. ‘At some point I really wanted to create something for myself.’

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