Stephanie McMahon, as of now, acts as an on-screen commissioner for the WWE brand named ‘Raw’.
The popular American businesswoman Stephanie McMahon is the Chief Brand Officer for American wrestling championship WWE. She also commissions the chief brand associated with WWE; RAW. Let’s have a look on Stephanie Mcmahon’s net worth in 2018.
Stephanie Mcmahon’s Early Life:
Born as Stephanie Marie McMahon in 1976 on the 24th of September in Connecticut, to parents Vince and Linda McMahon. She also has a brother, named Shane McMahon. She went to Greenwich Country School (Daytime), for her entire elementary education, before going to a university.
She began making appearances in WWF from a young age of 13, on the brand merchandise, which included hats, T-shirts, catalogs, and more. When she graduated from Greenwich in 1994, she went to Boston University for a Communications degree. She completed her graduation in 1998 and started working full time for WWF.
Her mother was a former US Senate candidate named Linda McMahon. Her father, Vince McMahon is the current Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the WWE or World Wrestling Entertainment.
Stephanie began dating the Popular wrestler Triple H in 2000 only on-screen. However, later the couple started dating off-screen as well and got married in 2003, leading to the formation of McMahon-Helmsley Faction. The couple today has three daughters.
There were several twists in their relationship on-screen, where they were shown getting separated as well. However, most of this stuff was only for T.V and did not happen in real life. The couple is still considered to be living together happily.
Stephanie Mcmahon Career, Awards & Achievement:
After appearing on WWF merchandise from a young age, Stephanie soon got into bodybuilding and wrestling as well. She was engaged in tasks like the television production, creative design, and more while being a ring performer. After serving as director for creative writing, she was made the Senior Vice President for the same.
After becoming the vice-president for creative she was responsible for the television production creatives, along with online production. She also managed branding and talent management, along with marketing, live booking, and other online properties. She was successfully able to launch a partnership with popular social media giant; Tout, along with Yahoo, for featuring WWE content on their sites.
When WWF was changed to WWE, she was handling the app download campaign and got 20 Million app downloads. In 2013 she was promoted to be the CBO (Chief Brand Officer) for WWE, responsible for enhancing the reputation of WWE among advertisers, business partners, media, investors, and more, along with serving as the main WWE ambassador for their growth programs. She led the WWE campaign targeting the youth and moms.
Awards & Achievement:
Before having a successful career as a senior authority in WWE, Stephanie also had a successful wrestling career and won several titles as well. These included multiple titles given to her by ‘Pro Wrestling Illustrated’ and ‘Wrestling Observer Newsletter’. She has won the ‘WWF Women’s Championship’, along with 2 Slammy Awards. She has won several other Awards and honors from multiple News Channels, Magazines, Television award shows, and other organizations of power.
Net worth of Stephanie Mcmahon
Stephanie has been associated with WWE all her life. She became a part of the company when she was just a kid and got her first job here as well. She soon started wrestling and climbed the ladder of success, becoming the CBO for WWE. Her net worth today is pegged at $65 million.
After small appearances every now and then, Mcmahon started appearing on a regular basis at the 2008 Raw in the role of “Brand General Manager” after which she disappeared once again. During the middle of the year 2013, she returned back with regular appearances on-air at WWE. However, her current portrayal was the role of a judgemental, unctuous and a bully who appeared along with her husband who was the Chief Operating Officer of the WWE back then.
Apart from her association with WWE, Stephanie has also been a part of Hollywood industry by lending her voice to the animated movie named “Scooby-Doo! And WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon” where she voiced herself. In the year 2016, Stephanie wrote a tweet announcing that she shall be jotting down her own memoir.
Moreover, Stephanie also plays an active role in the community as a staunch supporter of the Be a STAR anti-bullying campaign. Stephanie never loses her enthusiasm in the WWE boardroom or inside the squared circle. People may consider WWE as a man’s world, but Stephanie is still the woman in charge.