A Discussion with Marne Levine, Vice President of Global Public Policy at Facebook
Yale-in-Washington is thrilled to present:
A Discussion with Marne Levine, Vice President of Global Public Policy at Facebook.
Marne Levine is Vice President of Global Public Policy and oversees the company's efforts to educate governments and non-governmental organizations on its plans, products and policies to foster understanding and support for innovative technologies like Facebook.
Marne has substantial government experience working on international issues and particular sensitivity to navigating policy challenges in an Internet company. She joined Facebook from the Obama Administration, where she served as Chief of Staff at the White House National Economic Council. In that role, she helped coordinate the development of domestic and international economic policy along with the strategies for communicating these policies to stakeholders.
Previously, Marne helped launch an online peer-to-peer payment platform, and helped manage its privacy and compliance issues. She also served as Chief of Staff for Larry Summers when he was President of Harvard University. She began her career at the United States Department of Treasury, where she served in the Office of Legislative Affairs and Public Liaison.
Marne has a Bachelor's in Political Science and Communications from Miami University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Thursday, July 12 at 4:00 PM
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