Julie Zhuo

Julie Zhuo is a top management expert, VP of Facebook product design, and the bestselling author of The Making of a Manager. Her book works as an “everything-you-need-to-know field guide” for leaders to rock their job, learn confidence, and lead their teams to new horizons.

Julie Zhuo is a top management expert, VP of Facebook product design, and the bestselling author of The Making of a Manager. Her book works as an “everything-you-need-to-know field guide” for leaders to rock their job, learn confidence, and lead their teams to new horizons.

Julie has led teams behind some of Facebook’s most popular mobile and web services, such as Facebook’s News Feed, the “like” button, and user profiles. As Facebook grew, so did her role and now she leads a team of more than 250 employees. As a leader, she helps oversee the design and launch of new features as well as recruit, hire, and make sure her team is living up to the company culture.

On her popular blog, The Year of the Looking Glass, she writes about technology, design, and leadership. Her thought leadership has been featured in the New York Times and Fast Company.

She graduated with a computer science degree from Stanford University and lives with her husband and two children in California’s Bay Area. 

For further information or to book Julie Zhuo, call us at Speakers Corner on +44 (0)20 7607 7070 or email info@speakerscorner.co.uk

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