Zuckerberg Media comprises a wide variety of professional and personal backgrounds with extensive experience in business, education, the arts and entertainment. We pride ourselves on our diversity and creativity, and are unafraid to bring even the wildest ideas to the table.
RANDI ZUCKERBERG is an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author, award-winning producer and founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media. Passionate about the intersection of tech and media, Randi was an early employee at Facebook where she was the creator of Facebook Live, and currently hosts a weekly tech business show called Dot Complicated on SiriusXM. She has two TV shows currently on air: DOT on NBC Universal Kids (winner of Kidscreen's Best New Preschool Series) about a spunky little girl who uses tech to enhance her everyday adventures, and American Dreams on HSN, highlighting entrepreneurs around the country. She is the best selling author of Dot Complicated, Dot., and most recently, Missy President, about a fourth grade girl who wakes up to find herself elected President after her homework assignment goes viral online. In her free time, Randi loves the theater. She is a two-time Tony-winning producer for Hadestown (2019 Best New Musical) and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! (2019 Best Revival of a Musical). She starred in Rock of Ages on Broadway in 2014, and serves on the boards of Lincoln Center and The American Theatre Wing.
JIM AUGUSTINE is COO of Zuckerberg Media. He is a media entrepreneur whose career has spanned theater, film, publishing, technology and business consulting. A summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College and graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Jim began his career on the 6-time TONY-winning original Broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Additional theater credits include the Roundabout’s Broadway production of Nicky Silver’s The Boys from Syracuse; the American Repertory Theater’s Lysistrata starring Cherry Jones; and the Off-Broadway hit Gone Missing. Film credits include The Audition, winner of Best Picture at the Iris International Film Festival; and Angel acquired by KQED TV. At Zuckerberg Media, Jim has built lasting partnerships in publishing, television, film and emerging media. A Co-Founder of Sue’s Tech Kitchen and the Zuckerberg Institute, Jim serves as Resident Artist in Drama at Harvard’s annual First-year Arts Program.
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