One billion is an impressive number, but it’s not the only impressive number that defines Sandberg. Here’s Sheryl Sandberg, by the numbers.
1,540 – Sandberg’s rank on Forbes’ list of the world’s 1,645 billionaires.
42 – Number of women to join the billionaires list this year.
50 – Number of weeks that Sandberg’s book “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead” (with Nell Scovell) has been on The New York Times best seller list.
750 million – The number of people who visit Facebook every day.
76 – Percent increase in Facebook’s advertising revenue last year.
$20.3 million – Amount that Sandberg received when she sold 283,344 Class-A Facebook shares in mid-March.
$658.4 million – Value of the 9,515,734 Facebook shares that Sandberg still owns at Tuesday’s $69.19 closing price.
$104 billion – Facebook’s value when it went public on May 18, 2012.
$176 billion – Facebook’s value on March 18, 2014.
7 – Years in a row that Sandberg has been named one of the 50 most powerful women in business by Fortune magazine (she joined the list in 2007).
4 – Jobs that Sandberg has held since earning her MBA from Harvard. Before joining Facebook in 2008, Sandberg was a management consultant with McKinsey & Co., served as chief of staff to Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, and was a vice president at Google (Yahoo’s future CEO Marissa Mayer also worked at Google.).
6 – Boards on which Sandberg serves. These include Facebook, Walt Disney, Women for Women International, V-Day, and ONE. She’s also chairman of the board of LeanIn.
44 – Sandberg’s age. The Washington, D.C., native will turn 45 on August 28.
2 – Number of children that Sandberg has with her husband, Dave Goldberg, the CEO of SurveyMonkey.
23 – Number of female CEOs among the Fortune 500 companies.
0 – Times that Sandberg has been a CEO. As long as Sandberg remains at Facebook, she’s likely to be stuck at number two behind Facebook co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg.