Lauren Hurvitz is Executive Vice President and Global Chief Communications and Corporate Marketing Officer for Turner. Hurvitz is responsible for brand reputation across all platforms; internal and external strategic communications, media relations, social media, corporate marketing and paid media, assuring that all of Turner’s corporate marketing and communications reflect Turner’s core values and advance its business strategy.
Throughout her career, Lauren has helped advise and lead companies through disruption and has expertise in paid, owned and earned strategic positioning campaigns, digital/technology, consumer, philanthropic and cause-related marketing and communications, employee engagement and communications, CEO counsel and thought leader programs, public policy and regulatory issues, financial transactions and investor relations, IPOs, diversity programs and policies, and government and public affairs.
Previously Hurvitz worked for Starcom Mediavest Group, part of Publicis Groupe, where she served as Global Chief Communications & Brand Marketing Officer. Prior to that, she was Head of Global Corporate Communications and Events at AOL. Before that, she was Executive Vice President of Global Corporate Communications & Public Affairs for MTV Networks. At MTV Networks, she managed all aspects of the networks' corporate communications, standards and practices and corporate philanthropy functions. Previously, she was Executive Vice President of Robinson Lerer & Montgomery, the strategic communications firm, specializing in crisis communications.
She began her career in political campaign management, grassroots organizing and constituency building. She received an MBA from Columbia University and an A.B. in Political Science and Cultural Anthropology from Duke University.
Lauren lives in Manhattan with her husband, three teenage daughters and her dogs, Thomas Jefferson and ASAP Rocky.
Turner, a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news; entertainment; kids and young adult; and sports media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.