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In a year full of political upheaval, it is refreshing to see so many people working towards the same goal.

The news that the world’s largest media company, Facebook, has hired a diversity officer is an example of this.

It is a sign that the company is willing to take on the diversity issue in a way that it never has before.

This could be one of the most important jobs in the world, one that could change the face of journalism forever.

The new diversity officer will be working in the US, and it is an interesting appointment.

Facebook has hired more than 100 diversity officers in the last three years, and in the latest survey, they are the most diverse in the company.

This is a remarkable achievement for a company that is only in its third decade.

The survey, conducted by The Atlantic, showed that diversity is a key driver of how Facebook responds to diversity issues.

Diversity is an important part of what we do, and diversity is our identity, says Marc Benioff, Facebook’s co-founder and CEO.

The company is moving towards diversity as a core part of its culture, BenioFF says.

We believe diversity is the future, and we are committed to making sure that we do it in a responsible way.

Diversity isn’t just about the diversity of the people working on our platforms.

Diversity in the media is about who we are as people, BenoFF says, adding that he is particularly excited about the company’s efforts to hire more people of colour.

Diversity can be a huge advantage when it comes to reporting, which is the subject of the news, BeninoFF says in an interview with FourFourSecond.

Diversity, in this case, is a way of representing our society and the world around us.

It’s also a way to bring people together and it’s a way for us to share news in a more engaging way, he says.

It will also be an important tool for the diversity team to do more of the work to keep up with the news cycle.

Diversity matters, too, says David DeLuca, a professor of media at the University of California, Berkeley.

Diversity will be a key component of the company for many years to come.

“This is a major shift, and the next step is to see how it plays out,” DeLucas says in a statement.

The diversity officer’s job will be to work with reporters to find ways to better understand and share diverse perspectives on the news.

The person will be responsible for ensuring that news is presented in a manner that reflects the views of diverse groups of people.

The goal will be “to help make sure that the news that we produce and share reflects the diverse communities that we are a part of,” BenioFays says.

This will require a diversity of people, and for the new diversity chief to get to know people in different walks of life and different ways.

It may sound a little weird, but diversity is important, BenidoFF says as he shares the news with me.

Diversity means we can all be better journalists, and that’s why we need more diversity in the newsrooms, he adds.

The team at Facebook will be looking to hire people of color, BenoisFF says after explaining that the diversity office is part of the team’s strategy to hire and retain diverse talent.

“The diversity team is a great team, and I’m confident they will bring the right people to this team and to our company,” he says, with a smile.

Beniofays points out that Facebook has a history of hiring and fostering diversity, and he expects to see the same type of change at the company in the future.

Facebook’s diversity hiring team will be part of a larger team that is tasked with working to “improve our diversity and inclusion efforts,” Benidoff says in the statement.

“We will continue to lead the charge on diversity in media as we expand our team of talent across the company.”

Beniofs’ words are an interesting reminder that the media industry is still a business, and not just a place for people of different backgrounds to get together.

Benidofays, who has been with the company since 2012, is currently on the board of directors of Facebook, and a few months ago he stepped down from the board to run as a candidate in the 2016 presidential election.

He is now a member of the US Senate.