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Sheryl Sandberg Quits Board of Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta

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Sheryl Sandberg, a key figure at Meta, announced her departure from the company’s board of directors after previously stepping down as COO in 2022.

She expressed gratitude and memories in a Facebook post, stating she will serve as an advisor to Meta.

Sandberg’s departure comes amid ongoing challenges for Meta, including a lawsuit filed by 42 states.

“With a heart filled with gratitude and a mind filled with memories, I let the Meta board know that I will not stand for reelection this May,” Sandberg said.

“Going forward, I will serve as an advisor to the company and I will always be there to help the Meta teams.”

“Serving as Facebook’s — and then Meta’s — COO for 14 ½ years and a board member for 12 years has been the opportunity of a lifetime. I will always be grateful to Mark for believing in me and for his partnership and friendship.” she wrote.

Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged Sandberg’s contributions, thanking her for her dedication and guidance.

Sandberg had been instrumental in navigating the company through various phases of growth and challenges during her tenure.

“Thank you, Sheryl, for the extraordinary contributions you have made to our company and community over the years,” Zuckerberg said.

“Your dedication and guidance have been instrumental in driving our success and I am grateful for your unwavering commitment to me and Meta over the years”​.

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