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For nearly two years, many felt a loss of human connection due to COVID lockdowns. The next guest on our Leadership Lessons episode is the leader of a company whose mission is to connect people. Host Jason Nazar will speak with Deb Liu, President & CEO of Ancestry – the largest privately owned online genealogy platform that allows users to create virtual family trees to trace their lineage and others who may be related to them. Liu joined Ancestry in March 2021 with nearly 20 years of experience at some of the largest technology companies.

As a Silicon Valley woman who has worked her way to the top of the business ladder — previously a VP at Facebook and senior leader at eBay and PayPal — Liu knows firsthand the challenges and obstacles in the workplace and the ways to overcome them. In addition to sharing concepts from her new book Take Back Your Power: 10 New Rules for Women at Work, other topics of conversation will include:

  • How to find your voice and chart your own course

  • Building a learning mindset

  • What really tests the strength of a leader?

  • How to frame a problem in three points?

  • Fighting introversion as a leader

  • The traffic light framework – what it is and how to use it

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About the speaker:

Deb Liu is the President & CEO of Ancestry, with nearly 20 years in the tech industry. Liu previously served as a senior executive at Facebook, where she founded and led Facebook’s Marketplace product group, led the development of its first mobile ad product for apps and mobile ad network, and built the company’s games business and payment platform, including Facebook Pay. Before joining Facebook, she spent several years at eBay and PayPal, where she led the integration of the two products. Liu is actively involved in promoting diversity and women in technology and co-founded the non-profit organization Women in Product. She serves on the board of directors of Intuit and Ancestry and is a seed investor and advisor to several startups. Actively involved in promoting diversity in technology, Deb founded Women In Product, a non-profit organization with more than 30,000 members, with the goal of connecting and supporting women in product management. She is a member of the Committee of 100, a group of prominent Chinese Americans, and was named an A100 by Gold House, an honor that recognizes influential Asian Americans. She was also named one of Business Insider’s most powerful female engineers and one of PaymentsSource’s most influential women in payments.

Jason Nazar is co-founder/CEO of Comparably, a leading workplace culture employee assessment site. A serial londonbusinessblog.com, investor and advisor, he was previously co-founder/CEO of Docstoc (acquired by Intuit). Jason was named one of the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Admired CEOs and named the inaugural londonbusinessblog.com in Residence for the City of Los Angeles in 2016. The Los Angeles native received his BA from UC Santa Barbara and his JD and MBA from Pepperdine University.

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