Mark Zuckerberg promoted Meta policy chief Nick Clegg so the CEO won't have to deal with governments as much any more
Mark Zuckerbergis promoting Meta's vice president of global affairs and communications, Nick Clegg.
- Clegg will now be president of global affairs.
"I've asked Nick Clegg to take on a new position as President, Global Affairs," Zuckerberg said in a post to his
Clegg previous title was vice president of global affairs and communications. It's not clear exactly how his job will change, but Zuckerberg signaled that as president of global affairs Clegg will be expected to be the company's first point of contact with
"Nick will now lead our company on all our policy matters, including how we interact with governments as they consider adopting new policies and regulations," Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg said Clegg will report directly to himself and Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg.
Zuckerberg also indicated that himself and Sandberg will take a less active role in speaking to governments.
"As Nick takes on this new leadership role, it will enable me to focus more of my energy on leading the company as we build new products for the future, and it will support Sheryl as she continues to focus on the success of our business," Zuckerberg said.
Meta did not comment further when contacted by Insider about Clegg's role change.
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