Who Could Fill Carolyn Everson’s Shoes at Facebook?

The public face of the social network’s ads businesses abruptly left after Marne Levine was named chief business officer


A chaotic few weeks at Facebook reached its tipping point June 9 when Carolyn Everson, vice president of the company’s global business group and its most prominent public face on the advertising side for a decade, abruptly left the company. The move, just days after Marne Levine‘s promotion to chief business officer June 3, was jarring for Facebook and the ad industry as a whole.

Now, the search is on for Everson’s successor, and Facebook—with a raft of qualified ad execs internally—has some interesting choices to consider, according to sources, who shared examples of internal and external candidates that would fit the bill.

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