Zuckerberg Institute, founded by Randi Zuckerberg, seeks to arm entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial thinkers across all industry with the skills they need for success in this modern, fast-paced, rapidly changing business world. We offer quick sessions on topics such as: creating a winning podcast to becoming a better public speaker to mastering the elevator pitch. We also offer deeper engagement with our multi-week small group intensives to truly grow your business, in person full day seminars on specific topics, one-on-one mentoring and coaching, and a very lightweight monthly membership program.
Randi Zuckerberg is an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author, 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 starred in Rock of Ages on Broadway in 2014, and serves on the boards of Lincoln Center and The American Theatre Wing.
Michael Littig is a co-founder and master teacher with Zuckerberg Institute. Michael has built lasting partnerships through his work in community with the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), The UNHCR (United Nations High Council for Refugees), Save the Children, Mark Fisher Fitness, The US State Department, Theater Mitu, The Uprising, and as the co-founder of the Patrick Page Studio and Congregation Coaching. He is the founder of the Great Globe Foundation, an organization dedicated to creating artistic exchange with artists across cultures, most notably with youth in the Dadaab Refugee Camp on the border of Somalia. Education: The University of Cincinnati (CCM), where he received the distinguished alumnus award for career excellence, and a Fulbright Scholar (Mongolia).
BRIAN PATRICK MURPHY
Brian Patrick Murphy is a co-founder and master teacher with Zuckerberg Institute. Brian has thousands of hours of coaching experience and continues to be highly sought-after by corporate leaders, high-level sales-people, managers, doctors, authors and various artists. Brian had a successful career as an actor for more than a decade in NYC and all over the world then followed his passion for teaching and leading by spending time as a college professor, and is a co-founder of the world famous Mark Fisher Fitness in NYC and Congregation Coaching. Brian believes in the transformative power of building communities of leaders. He is a graduate of The University of Mississippi, and if you like to smile, he can be found in the famous music video "Giddy On Up".
Jim Augustine is COO of Zuckerberg Media and a co-founder of Zuckerberg Institute. 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. Angel acquired by KQED TV; and the documentary Club 86. At Zuckerberg Media, Jim has built lasting partnerships in publishing, television, film and emerging media. A co-founder of Sue’s Tech Kitchen, Jim serves as Resident Artist in Drama at Harvard’s annual First-year Arts Program.