COO Stephanie McMahon to Take on “Increased Responsibilities” in Her New WWE Role

Over the last two decades, Stephanie McMahon has played a crucial role in WWE, both as an on-screen character as well as a prolific corporate figure.

The proud daughter of Vince McMahon, Stephanie has excelled as the Chief Brand Officer of WWE, a role she took up in 2013.

During the latest earnings call, it was announced that Stephanie will be taking up “increased possibilities” in WWE.

PWInsider has now shed light on McMahon’s new role in the company, suggesting that she already took over the new responsibilities in August.

“During today’s WWE Earnings Call, it was noted by Vince McMahon that Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon now has “increased responsibilities” within the company.”

“In asking around, we are told that the company’s Global Sales and Partnerships now fall under Stephanie’s purview, which would include sponsorships and other relationships.”

“John Brody, who was heading that area, is still with the company in the same role, but now reports to McMahon. McMahon took over these responsibilities in August but her involvement was not publicly announced until today’s call.”

Stephanie hasn’t worked as an on-screen character since her feud with Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 34, but she appeared in her office during the Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match and also presented the 2020 WWE Draft earlier this month.