Sony Pictures Entertainment announced Stacy Green as Executive Vice President & Chief People Officer (leading worldwide human resources). And she will replace George Rose, who has led the group for the last 10 years and will be retiring at the end of the summer.
According to press release, Green has over 20 years of experience guiding companies through transformation, playing key roles in initiatives across culture, organizational design, leadership development, talent acquisition, compensation and benefits, operations, tax and legal. She has led global human resource functions across television studios, broadcast, cable and digital platforms. Green has spent her career focusing squarely on developing a deep understanding of a business and then aligning a corporate culture and HR vision that attracts exceptional talent and engages them with unique and creative HR innovations. Above all, she values building deep partnerships across all disciplines and levels of a company.
Prior to this Greens has worked as Chief People Officer for Group Nine Media, one of the world’s largest digital-first media companies, boasting over 5 billion monthly video views for Thrillist, The Dodo, NowThis and Seeker. Earlier to that, she served for five years as EVP, Global HR & Facilities for A+E Networks leading HR for A&E, History, Lifetime, VICELAND, A+E Studios and A+E International & Digital. From 2008 – 2013, Green was at NBC Universal, where she served in HR leadership roles for NBC News, NBCU Advertising Sales & Client Partnerships and acted as a key member of the transition team during Comcast’s acquisition of NBCU. Prior to that, Green worked in various capacities at Revlon from 1997 – 2007 transitioning from Senior Tax Counsel to HR leadership during her tenure.
Stacy Green has a deep passion for Diversity and Inclusion, including terms on the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications’ (NAMIC) Advisory Board, the National Cable Television Associations’ (NCTA) Veterans Advisory Council and acting as a member and speaker for the Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT). Personally, she is an advocate for public education and currently serves on the Executive Leadership Committee of PENCIL, a non-profit focused on creating impactful relationships between corporations and public schools.
Green holds an MBA Degree in Finance and Marketing from New York University; an LL.M. Degree in Taxation from New York University; a law degree cum laude from the University of Miami; and a Bachelor of Science with honors in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin.