Now, she leaned in. Sheryl SandbergIt is time to move out.

The Facebook COO announced on June 1 that she will be leaving Meta—the platform’s parent company—after 14 years. Sandberg released a statement saying that working with founder was an “honorable and priviledge of a life time”. Mark Zuckerberg.

She wrote that Mark is “a visionary and caring leader” on her Facebook page. He sometimes said that we grew together and that is true.

Sandberg will be stepping down but she will remain on the board. She also recalled some of their “massive downs and ups” as co-workers, such as the death of her husband in 2015. Dave GoldbergHer engagement as an entrepreneur Tom BernthalIt was five years later. Mark was always there for me in critical times of my life,” she added.