Sheryl Sandberg

Sheryl Sandberg Marks End Of Jewish Mourning Period For Her Husband With Emotional Facebook Post

06/04/2015

The death of Sheryl Sandberg’s husband, Dave Goldberg, last month reverberated far beyond the confines of Silicon Valley. Goldberg, the 47-year-old CEO of Survey Monkey, died after sustaining a head trauma when he fell off of a treadmill while on vacation in Mexico with his family.

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg with her late husband Dave Goldberg at a media and technology conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. JTA

Dave Goldberg, Survey Monkey CEO And Husband Of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, Dies At 47

05/04/2015

Dave Goldberg, the CEO of Survey Monkey and husband of top Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg, has died.

Leaning In, and Out, As A Rabbi

03/29/2013

I’m not completely sure why I remember this particular episode of my childhood quite so clearly, but I do…

One day, when I was in third grade, I went to the supermarket with my mother. While there, we happened upon my English teacher from the Yeshiva where I studied.  I remember staring at her, completely uncomprehending of how she could possibly be in the supermarket.  After all, I never, ever saw her outside of our classroom, and insofar as my third grade brain was concerned, that was where she always was.  She was completely out of place in the supermarket, and again- I’m not sure I even realized that she got hungry, or ate, because I never saw her do that.  David Copperfield could not have accomplished a greater illusion for me.  I was thoroughly amazed.

Rabbi Gerald Skolnik

“But What Will They Think?” How to Start Impressing Yourself

03/21/2013
Jewish Week Online Columnist

My husband Michael and I were having quite an impressive day – or so we thought. What seemed like an otherwise ordinary Tuesday began with me hopping on the train to Manhattan to appear as a guest on Fox Business News to discuss how to deal with professional setbacks. Later that afternoon, Michael was interviewed on Huffington Post Live to share a father’s perspective on Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, “Lean In.” For two non-professional media people, we felt that we were taking the airwaves by storm. 

Deborah Grayson-Riegel
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