Randi Zuckerberg Keynote Topics
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.
Technology provides incredible new opportunities for our lives and our businesses. But it can also make us want to rip our hair out of our head with complication and confusion. In this insightful talk, Randi will give real world advice on how to make tech work for you and your business: recruiting, managing employees, marketing your business, engaging customers, and much more – in a talk that feels fun, lively, and fresh.
Pick Three: You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day)
Work. Sleep. Fitness. Family. Friends. Pick Three.
In an increasingly demanding world, we’ve been told that we can do everything—maintain friendships, devote ourselves to work, spend time with family, stay fit, and get enough sleep. We just need to learn to balance it all. Randi Zuckerberg doesn’t believe in being well-balanced. We can’t do it all every day, she contends, and trying to do so only leaves us frustrated and feeling inadequate. But we can succeed if we Pick Three.
From entrepreneurs to professionals, busy parents to students, Randi can help everyone learn to reject the unrealistic burden of balance and enjoy success in their own lives—by picking the most important areas to focus on in any given day.
Women in Business
After spending a decade working in technology, Randi found herself confronting her own complicated relationship with Silicon Valley. On one hand, celebrating the innovative, entrepreneurial spirit and future-thinking disruption. But on the other hand, left wondering, "where are the women? Where are people of color?" After spending ten years getting used to being the only woman in the room, Randi has now dedicated this next chapter of her professional career to promoting, championing, and investing in women through her own media company, Zuckerberg Media. In her funny, poignant, honest, and authentic talk, she'll discuss her own experiences as a woman on the front lines of tech and her ideas on how we can all work together towards a future where the next multi-billion dollar companies are founded by women.