WWE reportedly releases Head of Corporate Social Responsibility

WWE has cut another executive from the company.

According to F4WOnline and Post Wrestling on Saturday night, Beth Fisher, WWE’s Head of Corporate Social Responsibility was let go in the last week after being with the company for 13 years.

Fisher first began with WWE back in August of 2011 as an assistant to Vince McMahon and later became a senior manager in the Marketing and Communications department. She was promoted to her most recent role back in November 2019.

We reported on May 23 that Tavia Hartley, who served as Manager of Talent Operations And Appearances and Kristen Prouty, who had been Senior Vice President of Entertainment Relations had been released from WWE.

WWE has cut a number of top level executive corporate jobs since Endeavor took majority ownership last September.