People: World Wrestling Entertainment Inc (WWE.N)
26 May 2017
Ms. Stephanie McMahon is a Chief Brand Officer, Director of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. She has served as our Chief Brand Officer since November 2013. She is responsible for working with WWE’s business units to support key growth initiatives and represents WWE as its global brand ambassador among key constituencies. She is the primary spokesperson for WWE’s corporate social responsibility initiatives. Previously, Ms. McMahon was our Executive Vice President, Creative, from May 2007; Senior Vice President, Creative Writing, from June 2005 to May 2007; and before that, Vice President, Creative Writing. In these capacities, she was responsible for overseeing our digital and creative departments including the creative development of our television, print, digital and social media content. She has managed our talent, talent brand management and live event business. Ms. McMahon started with the Company in 1998. In 2014, Ms. McMahon and Mr. Levesque established Connor’s Cure, a fund dedicated to furthering pediatric cancer research. In 2015, Ms. McMahon was named one of nine U.S. leaders participating in the prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship. Ms. McMahon is also a TV personality, appearing regularly on WWE’s flagship programming. Ms. McMahon is a member of the Board of Directors of USO Metropolitan Washington and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation. She has been recognized as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Cable” by CableFAX magazine for the past five years. Most recently, Ms. McMahon was recognized as a “Wonder Woman” by Multichannel News for 2016 and was named to the Variety Digital Entertainment Impact List: 30 Execs to Watch and the Variety Power of Women Impact Report. Adweek also included Ms. McMahon in their inaugural list of the 2016 Most Powerful Women in Sports. Ms. McMahon is the wife of Paul Levesque and the daughter of Vincent McMahon. She is a member of the Executive Committee and has been a Director of the Company since February 2015.
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