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Facebook's Communications & Public Policy Head Is Stepping Down

Posted On: Jun 15, 2018   |   Posted By: Android Headlines

Facebook's Global Communications, Marketing and Public Policy Vice President, Elliot Schrage, has confirmed he is leaving the company. Schrage, who has been with Facebook since May, 2008, announced the intention to depart during a lengthy Facebook post. As part of the departure process, Schrage confirmed he will remain with Facebook and head up the search for his replacement, and following the transitional period will remain on as an adviser for “ particular projects .” An aspect which Schrage states was requested by Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and COO, Sheryl Sandberg.
While stating he is now ready for the next chapter in his life, Schrage also seemingly indicated how he does not plan to undertake a similar role elsewhere, in spite of previously moving to Facebook following a stint as Global Communications and Public Affairs Vice President, for Google. With Schrage explaining how heading up communications and policy for a tech company like Facebook is “ intense and leaves little room for much else .”...

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