Stephanie McMahon Receives Business Leadership Award, Vince McMahon Appears

WWE Brand Director Stephanie McMahon was honored with the Corporate Leadership Award at Dimes’ 38th Annual Sports Luncheon on Tuesday.

McMahon features her father, WWE President and CEO Vince McMahon. She took to Twitter today to comment on the award and WWE’s partnership with the March of Dimes. She also shared pictures from the event.

“Thanks to @MarchofDimes for the honor of receiving the Business Leadership Award and congratulations to my colleagues on the honor! @WWE is proud to join #MarchofDimes’ fight for the health of all mothers and babies. This #GivingTuesday please consider donating at:,” she wrote.

Tuesday’s luncheon, held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, was hosted by the March of Dimes Greater New York/New Jersey Market. McMahon was honored alongside Big Ten Conference Commissioner Kevin Warren, who received the Sports Leadership Award. Longtime NHL player Henrik Lundqvist of New York Rangers and 11-time Olympic medalist Allyson Felix were also honored with the Athlete and Female Sportsperson of the Year Awards.

March of Dimes recorded in a Press Release, “As Brand Director, Stephanie McMahon is responsible for ensuring the strength and growth of WWE’s global brand across all business sectors. Stephanie oversees WWE’s Branding, Marketing, Community Relations and Pop Culture strategies as well as WWE’s Global Sales and Partnerships Division. Among her many contributions, she was the driving force behind the evolution of WWE women, having given actresses an equal share of the limelight both on and off the ring. Prior to her appointment as Chief Brand Officer in 2013, Stephanie was Executive Vice President, Creative, and the first woman to lead Creative Writing, Digital Media, Human Relations and Creative Writing businesses. Talent, Talent Brand Manager, and WWE Live Events. Over the years, she has been recognized by Forbes in the publication’s annual list of the world’s most influential CMOs, and in 2020 she was named the world’s most influential female CMO and earned the #2 spot. Additionally, Adweek has included Stephanie on its list of The Most Powerful Women in Sports for the Last 5 Years and previously selected her as the 2019 Brand Genius honoree.

You can check out Stephanie’s full tweet with the photos below:

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Chris Estrada

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