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Marne Levine - Member

Marne Levine is Vice President, Global Public Policy at Facebook.  In this role, she manages the company’s global public policy strategy, working with governments and non-governmental organizations to foster understanding and support for Facebook’s innovative technology.

Marne joined Facebook from the Obama Administration, where she served as Chief of Staff of the National Economic Council (NEC) at the White House and Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy. In that role, she helped coordinate the development of domestic and international economic policy and strategies for communicating these policies to stakeholders.  During the presidential transition, she served as a member of the Agency Review Team for the Department of Treasury and as an advisor to President-elect Obama’s economic team.

Previously, Marne was Director of Product Management for Revolution Money, a new payment network, where she helped launch an online peer-to-peer payment platform and managed its privacy and compliance issues.  The company was successfully sold to American Express.   Prior to Revolution Money, Marne was Director of Business Development and Strategy at Cibernet Corporation, where she completed a competitive assessment and feasibility study for a new mobile payments platform.

From 2001-2003, Marne served as Chief of Staff for Harvard University President Larry Summers.  In this role, she helped manage the operations of the University with over 14,000 employees and a $2.4 billion operating budget. 

Marne began her career in 1993 at the United States Department of Treasury under President Bill Clinton where she held a number of leadership positions. As Deputy Assistant Secretary for Banking and Finance, she was the principal strategic and legislative advisor on domestic finance, consumer protection, and community development policy.  She also served as Director of the Office of Legislative Affairs and Public Liaison and as Deputy Director of Scheduling and Advance.

Marne holds a B.A. in political science and communications from Miami University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.  She is active in civic and philanthropic organizations. From 2005-2008, she served on the board of LIFT, a non-profit that mobilizes college students to combat poverty and expand opportunities for all Americans, and was re-elected to the board in March 2013.   She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Urban Institute, Women for Women International, and the American Council on Germany.   She resides in Washington, DC with her husband and two sons.





Vice President, Global Public Policy