WWE Chief Brand Director Stephanie McMahon will be honored to be honored with the corporate leadership honor at the Greater New York / New Jersey Dimes March during the 38th Annual Sports Dinner on Tuesday, November 30th.
Longtime New York Rangers goalkeeper, the great Henrik Lundqvist and 11-time Olympic medalist Allison Felix will be honored as Athlete and Female Athlete of the Year, and Kevin Warren, Big Ten Conference Commissioner, will also be honored with the Sports Leadership award. … The sold-out sponsor-only event, which will take place on 42nd Cipriani Street after being held for the first time in 2020, brings together leaders from the sports business community each year to help the March of Dimes reach its goal of ending preventable consequences. preterm birth, maternal health risks and the equity gap faced by mothers and babies.
Since 1984, about $ 18 million has been raised for lunch in support of the March of Dimes. Past winners include NFL legend Joe Namath, baseball icons Mickey Mantle and Cal Ripken Jr., Olympic champions Simone Biles and Lindsay Vonn, NHL Hall of Famer Mark Messier, tennis luminaries Andre Agassi and Venus Williams, basketball greats Liza Ewesley the US women’s national soccer team; and many executives from leading sports leagues and media companies. In 2020, two-time Super Bowl MVP, former New York Giants quarterback and March of Dimes NY / NJ board member, Eli Manning was honored with the March of Dimes Champion Award.
As Chief Brand Officer, Stephanie McMahon is responsible for ensuring the strength and growth of WWE’s global brand across all lines of business. Stephanie oversees WWE’s branding, marketing, public relations, and pop culture strategies, as well as WWE’s Global Sales and Partnerships. Among her many contributions, she has been the driving force behind WWE Women’s Evolution, which has given female performers an equal share of attention both in and out of the ring. Prior to her 2013 appointment as chief brand director, Stephanie was executive vice president of creative and was the first woman to lead WWE’s Creative Writing, Digital Media, Talent Relations, Talent Management, and Live Events. … She has been voted by Forbes on the annual list of the world’s most influential CMOs over the years, and in 2020 she was named the world’s most influential marketing woman and was ranked 2nd overall. Additionally, Adweek has included Stephanie on its list of the most influential women in sports of the past five years and has previously selected her as the 2019 Brand Genius Award winner.