Think sports entertainment is a man’s world? Stephanie McMahon will make sure you think again. Mr. McMahon’s only daughter, Stephanie has been bossing WWE’s most powerful men around since she was old enough to form coherent sentences. With an intoxicating combination of beauty and brains, she demands nothing short of excellence. As one of the principal owners of WWE and the company’s Chief Brand Officer, however, she does a lot more than just talk. She’s proven herself to be a force with which to be reckoned both in and out of the ring. Outside of the WWE, Stephanie is a married mother of three with husband, and WWE superstar / Executive Vice President, Paul Levesque (Triple H). The Levesque family currently resides in Connecticut.
↳ Account Executive (1998–2002)
↳ Director, Creative Television (2002–06)
↳ Senior Vice President of Creative (2006)
↳ Executive Vice President, Creative (2007 - 2013)
↳ Chief Brand Officer (2013 - present)
Business awards and achievements:
↳ In 2010 Fairfield County Business Journal, awarded McMahon their "40 under 40" award, and was also recognized as "One of the Most Powerful Women in Cable" by Cable magazine in 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2013. She was also named one of Multichannel News women to watch for in 2013.
↳ In mid October 2013, McMahon was named the Honorary Chairperson of the Special Olympics of Connecticut.
↳ On October, 15th 2014, Stephanie was selected as a 2015 Eisenhower USA fellow. She's one of nine leaders to participate in the international leadership exchange program, dedicated to building bridges and making the world more peaceful.
Championships and accomplishments:
↳ Women's Champion (March 30th, 2000 - August 24th, 2000)
↳ Smackdown General Manager (July 16th, 2002 - October 19th, 2003)
↳ Raw General Manager (November 24th, 2008 - April 6th, 2009)
↳ Slammy Award for 'Insult of the Year' (December 9th, 2013)
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Stephanie McMahon Q&A: ‘I love to play the bad guy’
The most powerful family in wrestling will always and forever be the McMahons.
World Wrestling Entertainment has come a long way from the days of Vince McMahon Sr. starting and running the company up until passing the reigns to the Vince McMahon wrestling fans learned to despise during the “Attitude Era.”
And one day the most powerful person in wrestling might be Stephanie McMahon — Vince McMahon’s daughter. When Stephanie isn’t playing one half of “The Authority” on WWE programming alongside her husband Paul “Triple H” Levesque, she’s the chief brand officer for the company.
Stephanie recently chatted exclusively with Yahoo Sports about making her return to a WWE ring as a competitor following an 11-year layoff, the WWE’s policy on domestic violence and a rumor regarding the stars of “Total Divas.”
YS: Is there any truth to the report that the wrestlers on Totals Divas aren’t allowed to win the Divas championship?
SM: Absolutely not. I honestly don’t even know how that rumor got started.