Facebook Adds White House Economic Advisor To D.C. Office
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Facebook has been ramping up their D.C. office pretty consistently over the past couple years and today they announced that they’ve hired Marne Levine as their new Vice President of global public policy. Levine previously served as the White House economic advisor. I guess she figured that with the economy going so well, it was time to make the jump! (Sarcasm) According to the Washington Post, Levine “will oversee the company’s interaction with governments and non-governmental organizations around the globe”.
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