First Ever Filipino Woman To Be Hired By Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg



Education is more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. It is one of the most important investments a country can make in its people and its future, and is critical to reducing poverty and inequality.

Investing in education is the single most effective way of reducing poverty.
That's what Riza Mae Tachado also believed in. Whatever it takes, she needs to finish her education.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg shared a video on his page about the story of Riza Mae, who uses the free internet services offered by internet.org in her studies.

Riza was only collecting seashells for a living, yet she was determined to help her family. 
Many was touched with the inspiring video that went viral and gathered thousands of likes with numerous praises and comments.

One comment from Facebook user, Rene Gertjejansen Briscoe caught the attention of everyone, including Mark Zuckerberg.

He commented: "What an amazing young woman... Mark Zuckerberg you should hire her."
Which Mark eventually replied, "That's a good idea."



Netizens were surprised by Mark's replied and asked if he really mean it and if the woman will be part of the Facebook team soon. 

However, no words of confirmation from the Facebook Team yet.



This is an amazing story about Riza -- a young woman on a small island where the only job for women was collecting seashells, yet she used Internet.org to earn a degree in computer science.Being connected means having opportunity. We're going to connect the whole world so one day everyone can achieve their full human potential -- just like Riza.
Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Monday, 12 October 2015
(Source: Facebook
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