Facebook Advertising Chief Carolyn Everson Leaves


Axios has confirmed that Carolyn Everson, head of Facebook’s global advertising sales, has left the company.

Important reason: Everson has led Facebook through years of record advertising growth, but at the same time led Facebook by scrutinizing Facebook’s role in promoting malicious content. came.

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Details: Nicola Mendelson, who now heads the EMEA region of Facebook’s global business group, will replace Everson.

  • I pray that Carolyn will move to a new chapter. I am grateful for her contribution, “a Facebook spokeswoman said.

  • Alex Heath from The Verge first report news.

Be wise: Everson, who has worked for the company for over 10 years, was responsible for dealing with most of the concerns from interest groups. Boycott advertising About last summer’s hate speech.

  • During her tenure as Vice President of the Global Business Group, Facebook revenues grew from $ 3.7 billion in 2011 to nearly $ 86 billion in 2020.

What to watch: Last week, Axios report Facebook has appointed Marne Levine, a longtime operations and policy officer of the company, to the role of newly created Chief Business Officer.

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