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Yet Another WWE Front Office Release Revealed



As we reported last week here on eWn, WWE made several office cuts. This includes Kristen Prouty, the Senior Vice President of Entertainment Relations, and Tavia Hartley, the Manager of Talent Operations and Appearances, being released from their executive positions.

According to a report from POST Wrestling’s John Pollock, WWE’s Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Beth Fisher, was among the front office employees released by the company.

Fisher began working with WWE in August 2011 and was an assistant to Vince McMahon. She eventually became senior manager in the Marketing and Communications department in January of 2013, and was then promoted to the position of Head of Corporate Social Responsibility in November of 2019.

Fisher’s Linkedin profile reads as follows,

“As the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at WWE, I lead the company’s social impact and community engagement initiatives, including managing strategic partnerships, overseeing signature programs, and executing global events. With over 13 years of experience in the sports and entertainment industry, I have developed strong skills in event management, public relations, and communications, as well as a passion for making a positive difference in the world. I am proud to be part of the Emerging Leaders Council of Make-A-Wish Connecticut, where I support the organization’s mission to grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. I am also committed to fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion at WWE, where I collaborate with various internal and external stakeholders to advance the company’s values and goals.”

It was also noted that another member of Fisher’s team was released last week.

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