Becky LeFebvre is Vice President within the Digital Media Technologies division at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.). In this role, LeFebvre provides leadership to a team of program and product management professionals responsible for delivering a wide portfolio of products, including CNN digital news production systems, eCommerce and online advertising systems, and various web systems and services for CNN, NASCAR, Sports Illustrated and Turner Entertainment properties. LeFebvre is based in Atlanta and reports to Monty Mullig, Senior Vice President, Digital Media Technologies, TBS, Inc.
Previously at Motorola, Inc., LeFebvre first developed software for location-based navigation systems that led to three U.S. patents in her name. As Senior Director of product operations in the Energy Systems Group, LeFebvre managed a global, 150-person product operations team and was responsible for the design and development of accessory products for cell phones and mobile radio products.
She joined Motorola, Inc. from Witness Systems, Inc., where she led a 40-person software development team for the Witness Quality Monitoring suite of products, a client/server system used in call centers to monitor the performance of agents. LeFebvre began her career as a flight control engineer with Rockwell Shuttle Operations Company and received the NASA Public Service Group Achievement Award for her work on the team that revised all power-down procedures prior to the shuttle return-to-flight.
LeFebvre earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Rice University and a Master of Science degree from National Technological University. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Refugee Family Services, a non-profit organization that assists refugee women and children living in the metro Atlanta area.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, is a major producer of news and entertainment product around the world and a leading provider of programming to the television industry.