Ebersman joined Facebook in September 2009, taking over from ousted financial chief Gideon Yu. Prior to that, he served in various positions during his 15-year stint at biotech firm Genentech, including chief financial officer and executive vice president. He's also worked as a research analyst at Oppenheimer & Company.
As a prime mover in Facebook's IPO process, Ebersman has garnered praise for his low-key, measured approach. Although not as publicly familiar as Zuckerberg or Sandberg, Ebersman is well-regarded for his strategic leadership among those familiar with the company.
Lives: South San Francisco, CA
Education: Brown University, B.A.
Relationship to Facebook
Described by the Wall Street Journal as "the Doogie Howser of CFOs" due to his relative youth as Genentech's financial chief. Ebersman holds about 2.4 million shares, and 7.4 restricted stock units, which will make him rich enough to be the Doogie Howser of Retirees if he chooses.
Current Occupation: Chief Financial Officer, Facebook
Former Occupation: Genentech, Oppenheimer & Company