Michael Schroepfer is the chief technology officer at Facebook.
He joined the company as vice president of engineering in 2008 and took on the role of CTO in 2013. In his role, Schroepfer heads up the development of technology and teams that allow Facebook to make advancements in fields like artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
Previously, he served as vice president of engineering for the internet company, Mozilla. While there, he led the development of the Firefox web browser. Before Mozilla, he held various positions at Sun Microsystems, including CTO, data center automation division. Sun acquired the company Schroepfer co-founded, CenterRun, a developer of application provisioning software.
Prior to CenterRun, Schroepfer was a software engineer at Puffin Designs and a partner in computer software consulting practice, Reactivity.
Schroepfer has served on the boards of various companies and organizations, including Ancestry.com, Wealthfront, and the Anita Borg Institute of for Women and Technology. He has received various accolades throughout his career, including being recognized among Laptopmag.com’s “25 Most Influential People in Mobile Technology” and Fortune’s 2010 “40 under 40.”
Schroepfer earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science at Stanford University. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay area.
Michael Todd. Schroepfer has not been actively trading shares of Facebook during the past quarter. Most recently, Michael Todd Schroepfer sold 112 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Friday, August 14th. The shares were sold at an average price of $262.09, for a transaction totalling $29,354.08. Following the completion of the sale, the chief technology officer now directly owns 498,238 shares of the company's stock, valued at $130,583,197.42.