Stephanie McMahon’s Accomplishments Include…
As chief brand officer, Stephanie McMahon is responsible for working with WWE’s business units to support key growth initiatives and represents WWE as its global brand ambassador. She is the primary spokesperson for WWE’s CSR initiatives, including Special Olympics, Susan G. Komen and Be a STAR, WWE’s anti-bullying program. In 2014, McMahon and her husband, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, established Connor’s Cure, a fund dedicated to fighting Pediatric cancer. McMahon is also a TV personality, appearing regularly on WWE’s flagship programming.
She is a member of the 2017 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute and is also a member of the 2015 Eisenhower Fellowship class.
Before being named chief brand officer, McMahon was executive vice president of creative and was responsible for overseeing the digital and creative departments, as well as the creative development of all WWE television, pay-per-view programming, print, digital and social media content. She has also managed WWE’s talent relations, talent brand management and live events businesses.
McMahon is a member of the Board of Directors for WWE, 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. Adweek has included McMahon in their list of the “Most Powerful Women in Sports” for the past two years. Most recently, McMahon was named a Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award Honoree at the 2017 ESPN Humanitarian Awards.
McMahon received a Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University in Communications and has been named a Distinguished Alumni by the School of Communications.
Stephanie is also the mother of three daughters ages 11, 9, and 7.