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Vivian Schiller is a longtime executive at the intersection of journalism, media and technology. She currently serves at Executive Editor in Residence, working with the global agency and its clients to understand the future of media and audience engagement.
Prior to working with Weber Shandwick, Schiller was the Global Chair of News at Twitter. In this role, she led the company’s strategy for news and partnership with journalism organizations and the news publishing ecosystem.
Earlier roles includes Senior VP & Chief Digital Office, NBC News where she led strategy and operations for the network‘s presence on the web, mobile, devices, and social media.
Prior to NBC, Schiller served as President and CEO of NPR, leading all of NPR's worldwide media operations. She was Senior Vice President and General Manager of NYTimes.com and Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Discovery Times Channel, a joint venture of The New York Times and Discovery Communications. Earlier in her career, Schiller was the head of CNN Productions, where she led CNN's long-form programming efforts. Documentaries and series produced under her auspices earned multiple honors, including three Peabody Awards, four Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards, and dozens of Emmys.
Schiller is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations; and a Director of the Scott Trust, which owns The Guardian.