•She was an early employee at Facebook and the creator of Facebook Live, shaping Web 2.0 technology for billions of people.
•As an accomplished artist who has performed on Broadway and won three Tony awards for producing Broadway shows, she is uniquely positioned to speak on the intersection of technology and art.
•She is an active angel investor, with a portfolio that has 53% female founders.
•She founded HUG, an incubator aimed at growing the next billion-dollar women-led crypto businesses, and works with more than a dozen different crypto, NFT & metaverse-related companies, including Boss Beauties, BFF, Women Rise, OKCoin, and Republic.
Randi is the author of The New York Times bestsellers, Dot Complicated and Pick Three.
Now she is putting these two worlds together at the cutting edge of Web3. One of the most prominent voices for women in crypto and NFTs, Randi is passionate about the unparalleled opportunities for financial success that Web3 can provide for women.
In addition to being one of the largest NFT collectors of women-led projects, she founded HUG, an incubator aimed at growing the next billion-dollar women-led crypto businesses, and in the first two weeks of business, received more than a hundred applications and raised $5 million for her initial NFT projects. Randi currently advises and works with more than a dozen different crypto, NFT & metaverse-related companies, including Boss Beauties, BFF, Women Rise, OKCoin, and Republic. Her fun and educational crypto videos on YouTube and Twitter have been viewed more than a million times. Her music video "We're All Gonna Make It," which highlights various acronyms in the Web3 community garnered more than 2 million views in less than a week. Her LinkedIn newsletter about Web3 is also in the top ten most popular newsletters on the entire site.
A Harvard graduate, Randi hosts a weekly business talk radio show, Randi Zuckerberg Means Business on SiriusXM and is the author of two best-selling business books, Dot Complicated and Pick Three, as well as children’s book, Dot. When she's not trading jpegs, she can be found at the theater or doing her best to unplug at home with her husband and three children who are now almost as obsessed with crypto as she is.
- Women and Diversity in Business
- Metaverse Explained
When is the "metaverse" arriving? What needs to happen to get us there? What are some of the future trends and things that we should consider in the metaverse? With so many definitions of what the metaverse is, it makes it both so exciting and so challenging at the same time.
- The Metaverse, NFT’s, and Web 3.0
- Dot Complicated: What I Learned on the Front Lines of Social Media
In her business-keynote-meets-one-woman-comedy-show, Randi Zuckerberg does a deep dive into the latest, greatest, most exciting trends in technology, business, and entrepreneurship that you need to be thinking about right now. But watch out! Everything is Dot Complicated and with every great opportunity comes hidden challenges. Randi helps decode these challenges so that we can make the most of this exciting wired world we find ourselves in. And she does it all in a style that is lively, entertaining, educational, tailored to each specific audience, and uniquely Randi.
- Our Disrupted World: The New Rules of Engagement
In 2007, Randi had a front row seat to the launch of the iPhone in Silicon Valley and the necessity for every single business to immediately pivot or go extinct. She helped lead her team at Facebook successfully through that massive shift in consumer behavior, launching new products and programs that are now used by more than a billion people around the globe. She is here now, with over a decade of hindsight and analysis, to help guide you through these current tumultuous times. It has become clear that consumer behavior has again shifted abruptly, and meaningfully, creating an opportunity for businesses willing to take the leap. During this program, Randi will take you through some of the most substantial shifts in consumer behavior expected to happen over the next 12-18 months, and how to get ahead of them, rather than be caught off guard.