Sheryl Sandberg is one of the most accomplished executives in the tech industry. After attending Harvard University for undergrad and for an MBA, Sheryl’s early career included stints at the World Bank and the U.S. Treasury Department in the Clinton Administration, where she served with then-Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. She then joined Google as VP of online sales and operations in 2001, before joining META as COO, where she worked from 2008 to 2022.

Today both companies are among the top 10 market cap companies.

Sheryl is also an accomplished author: she co-authored “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead (2013)”; and “Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy” (with Adam Grant, 2017).

But since 10/07, Sheryl has been focused on one cause – Israel and the Jewish people. Sheryl has been confronting: Rape Denialism. She has done this primarily through a documentary film she created called “Screams Before Silence”, which you can watch on YouTube here:

You can also learn more about the film here:

Sheryl has also raised awareness about this issue all over the world, from the UN to capitals throughout Europe.

In this conversation, Sheryl and I discuss how Judaism and Israel had shaped or fit into her life before 10/07, how 10/07 changed her, and how she came to create this film and commit to this cause.

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