Marne Levine, the Chief Business Officer of Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has announced that she will be leaving the company on February 21, 2023, after a 13-year tenure. Although she will remain an employee until her departure. Levine began her career at Meta, formerly known as Facebook, in 2010, where she served as the company’s first-ever Vice President of Global Policy. Over the years, she has held various roles, including Chief Operating Officer for Instagram for over three years and VP of Global Partnerships, Business, and Corporate Development for almost three and a half years. Her extensive experience and contributions have undoubtedly played a significant role in Meta’s growth and success. It will be interesting to see who the company chooses to fill her position and what opportunities Levine will pursue after leaving Meta.
In the future, Meta will have two senior executives, Nicola Mendelsohn, and Justin Osofsky, take on more extensive roles as sales and partnership leaders. They will be responsible for representing Meta to the company’s advertisers and partners. Both executives will report to Meta’s COO, Javier Olivan. This move marks an effort by Meta to ensure continuity in its sales and partnership efforts after the departure of Marne Levine, the current Chief Business Officer. Mendelsohn and Osofsky’s expanded roles reflect their experience and expertise in the industry, and they will undoubtedly play a vital role in driving Meta’s growth and success in the future.
Meta said, “This new structure continues to bring our business and product teams closer together and helps them operate even more effectively to serve our clients,”.