About Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg is a professional technologist and an amateur mom. She is extremely passionate about encouraging women and girls to take on bigger roles in business, leadership and entrepreneurship, and she feels that using media and pop culture is the best way to spread this message. In 2012, Randi started Zuckerberg Media, with the mission of creating meaningful media projects to support this goal.

She's the author of "Dot Complicated," "Missy President" and "Dot." -- which is now an animated children's TV show on Sprout. You can join Randi on HSN's "American Dreams," which features entrepreneurs from around the country, or listen to her weekly business show, "Dot Complicated,” on SiriusXM channel 111.

Randi has a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University and lives in New York City with her husband, Brent, and sons, Asher and Simcha.

Read Randi's column, "This Woman's Work," here.

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She's Got the Power: An Interview With Jessica O. Matthews Dec 10, 2019

Meeting Jessica O. Matthews was so incredibly inspiring to me. She's not only solving real problems but also influencing the next generation of female founders. Jessica gives the world — and all the women in it — hope. That's why I suppor... Read More

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Create Your Own Seat at the Table: An Interview With Sheena Allen Dec 03, 2019

I first learned about Sheena Allen in the documentary "She Started It," which is about female tech founders. Sheena is passionate about her work — so much so that she even taught herself how to code. I am floored by women like Sheena and am exc... Read More

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Empowering Women to Use, Learn and Work in Tech Nov 26, 2019

The answer to the age-old question "Would someone please think of the children?" has been answered. Instead of building a ride-hailing platform for adults, Ritu Narayan decided kids need safe rides, too. That's why I encourage this woman's work. ... Read More

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Live Grief Out Loud Nov 19, 2019

Death, loss and mourning are not something often spoken of in the workplace — whereas breakups, bad news and other life-changing emotional turmoil are much more widespread and accepted on the job. Rebecca Soffer aims to change the dialogue R... Read More