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Dropbox CEO and Founder to join Facebook

Drew Houston
source: Facebook

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg has announced via his Facebook page that Dropbox CEO and Founder, Drew Houston will be joining the company's board.



Mark writes: 
"I'm excited to announce that Drew Houston, the founder and CEO of Dropbox, is joining Facebook's board of directors. Drew has a lot of experience building services used by millions of people and businesses around the world." 
"I've always believed that in order to be a great technology company, it's important to have leaders of other technology companies on our board to help guide us. This is an important time for Facebook. We're working to make progress on important social issues while also delivering new experiences like a private social platform, commerce tools, and the next computing platform in AR and VR". 
"We have a lot to do and I'm looking forward to working on it with Drew!"
Drew also expressed his excitement at the news and says he is looking forward to working with the directors.

Super excited to be joining Facebook's board of directors! Really looking forward to working with Mark and the rest of the directors on the many opportunities and challenges ahead. 
- Drew Houston 

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