Colette Rubio is senior vice president
of Technology Program Management for Home Box Office, Inc., where she leads a
team in the delivery of technology solutions supporting all areas of HBO’s
business. Colette joined HBO in May of
2010 as the Vice President of Application Development for the On Demand Path to
Air systems and led a team of 70 professionals in the scheduling and delivery
of HBO and Cinemax content across a variety of platforms, devices, and
affiliates. Colette participated in the launch of HBO GO as well as the launch
of expanded content models for subscription video on demand. In early 2013, her responsibilities expanded
to include the Linear Scheduling Portfolio where she worked closely with
business clients to showcase HBO and Cinemax content in new and exciting ways.
Prior to joining HBO, Colette spent
ten years at Time Warner Corporate where she held a variety of positions of
increasing responsibility. She
successfully launched many programs to support over 80,000 employees worldwide.
She worked extensively across Time
Warner’s businesses including: AOL, HBO, Time Warner Cable, Time Inc., Turner, and
Warner Bros to create strong partnerships and to deliver compelling business
solutions. Colette’s last position at Time Warner was Vice President
Colette had spent three years at
Becton Dickinson, a pharmaceutical supplier, where she led the IT team on a
worldwide SAP implementation and business transformation.
Before joining Becton Dickinson,
Colette was at PepsiCo, Inc. In her last assignment, she led the deployment of
International Human Resource Systems at 50 locations across the globe. Colette began her career at Ernst and Young
as part of the Japanese Business Group and later in the Management Consulting Practice. She holds a Bachelor of Business
Administration degree in Computer Systems from Baruch College and an M.B.A. in
International Business from Pace University.
Colette resides in Manhasset, NY with
her husband and her teenage daughter and son.
When Colette is not taking advantage of all Manhattan has to offer you
can find her cycling or strolling on Long Island.