When it comes to championing much-needed change for how we live, there is nothing more powerful than a voice that speaks out from within the industry.
Meet Randi Zuckerberg, sister to Mark (he founded a little site called Facebook), who, until 2011, worked as the director of market development and spokesperson alongside her brother. By all rights, Zuckerberg should be advising us to stay online as much as possible, but in the last few years she has become a much-needed voice adding to the conversation about the need to switch off from our smartphones and laptops…
“We are constantly distracted, bombarded with so many different forms of communication,” she says. “We have to do so much multi-tasking because you are reachable on so many different platforms, and that can really have some consequences on your happiness and wellbeing. Such as not being present in conversations with your loved ones.”
Older sister to Mark (by two years), the 32-year-old started off in advertising – a two-year stint at Ogilvy and Mather. But before that, she wanted to be a cantor.
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and check out her awesome digital wellbeing project: dot.complicated