In 1993, Sheryl got married to Brian Kraff. Brian Kraff is the founder of Market Hardware, Inc. He is also known for being the founder and Chief Executive Officer of eStudentLoan.com. They were married for about a year and then they got divorced in 1994.
In 2004, Sheryl got married to Dave Goldberg. Dave Goldberg was the founder of LAUNCH Media and the CEO of SurveyMonkey. He was also an executive with Yahoo!. As a married couple, they had two children. Sheryl lost her husband Dave in 2015 as he died of head trauma falling on 1st of May 2015. Sheryl's nationality is American and she has mixed ethnicity.
When Sheryl was aged two, she moved to North Miami Beach, Florida with her parents. There she got enrolled at North Miami Beach High School. She was the top of her class since the start till the graduation. She completed her high school graduation with a 4.646 grade point average. While she was in her high school, she also taught aerobics. After her high school, she joined Harvard College with a major in economics. She finally earned her summa cum laude with a B.A. in economics in 1991. During her graduation, she was honored with the John H. Williams Prize. There she also co founded Women in Economics and Government. In the early 1990s, she was recruited by Larry Summers as his research assistant at the World Bank. There she worked on health projects in India for about a year; the project was mainly about the leprosy, AIDS, and blindness in India. In 1993, she attended Harvard Business School and finally earned her M.B.A. in 1995. In 1995, she was hired by McKinsey & Company and she served them as a management consultant for about a year. In 1996, she began working for Larry Summers, during that time Larry served in the United States Secretary of the Treasury under President Bill Clinton and she served him in his Treasury's works. At the end of 2000, she quit this job and then she got shifted to Silicon Valley in 2001. There she was offered a job by Google Inc. In November 2001, she was named the Vice President of Global Online Sales and Operations. There she handled online sales of Google's advertising and publishing products. She also worked on the operation of Google's consumer products and Google Book Search. In the early 2008, she quit the position of Vice President of Global Online Sales and Operations and then she joined Facebook in March 2008 as its new COO. After she joined Facebook, Facebook became profitable and she began overseeing the operations like sales, marketing, business development, human resources, public policy, and communications. In 2012, she was named the Facebook's board of directors and the following year, she was listed in the list of The Jerusalem Post's The World's 50 Most Influential Jews. Her net worth is 1.42 billion USD.