Sabhanaz Rashid The Facebook public policy manager2 min read

To begin with, Sabhanaz Rashid Diya is a Bangladeshi writer and computational social researcher. Her work explores the crossing point among technology, global development, and economic policy. Meanwhile, she spends time between Seattle, San Francisco, and Dhaka. Recently, the Facebook authority appointed her as the public policy manager for the company. Especially, she is going to look after all matters pertaining to Bangladesh.

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Prior, Sabhanaz Rashid has likewise played a role in Bangladesh’s startup ecosystem through arranging the nation’s first startup hackathon (Startup Weekend) and competitions. Following its prosperity and flood of the startup business, she helped to establish InHouse. In other words, the nation’s first cooperating and joint effort space for little, strategic organizations. Moreover, She is a Social Entrepreneurship Fellow at INSEAD and TEDx speaker in Dhaka.

Moreover, Sabhanaz effectively composed for public and worldwide publications on technology and global development. She went through 14 years at The Daily Star as a journalist. Besides, she worked as a sub-editor and columnist . In fact, her writings and meetings have been distributed in various local and international newspapers and publications. Such as WIRED, Berkeley Public Policy Journal, The Huffington Post, Al Jazeera, Dhaka Tribune, The Daily Prothom Alo, etc. Notably, she was granted the Foundry Photojournalism Scholarship in Memory of Alexandra Boulat for her photojournalism.

Sabhanaz Rashid will monitor Bangladeshi Facebook content

The choice to name Sabhanaz Rashid took place at a virtual gathering masterminded between Facebook’s local headquarter in Singapore. Further, report says, Post and Telecommunication Minister Mustafa Jabbar attended the meeting as well.

In this regard, citing authorities at the Facebook Singapore office, the service sources stated, Sabhanaz Rashid Diya, a Bengali speaker. Hence, she will have the convenience to react rapidly to Bangladesh-related issues.

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