Roxanne Cloutier

Roxanne Cloutier is currently the Vice President of Global, Enterprise and Distribution Systems in the Media Software and Services organization at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Roxanne reports to Karen Painter; SVP Media Software and Services – Development and Operations, Turner Broadcasting.   In this role, Roxanne oversees several teams that are focused on application development as well as a team focused on Strategy, PMO and IT Business Operations. 


Her application development teams are responsible for supporting over 100 third party and custom built applications and interfaces that are used by Turner’s Corporate, Distribution Sales, and Retail Sales organizations. A significant number of the applications are used by the entire Turner Broadcasting employee population globally and many are also used by Time Warner. 


She is also responsible for the business operations team within MSS which provides the framework for MSS operations such as Strategic Planning, Portfolio and Financial Management, PMO, culture, communications and training, customer engagement, talent management and tools and practices.


Roxanne has been a part of the GTO organization for over 20 years and has extensive experience across many IT disciplines.


Roxanne received her degrees from the College of William and Mary.   She also completed the NAMIC Executive Leadership Development Program at UCLA, and has earned several technology recognition awards from the STEM Women of Color organization, NAMIC, The Technology Association of Georgia, and the Black Engineers of the Year (BEYA) organization.


Over the past two plus decades, she has worked in the IT/Application Development field across a variety of industries and companies including: Aetna Life and Casualty, IBM, Pepsi Cola, Knowledgeware Inc, and PriceWater House prior to joining Turner Broadcasting.  Her areas of expertise include: Large Scale System Implementations, Project Management, IT Consulting, Business Process Reengineering, and Software Design and Development.


Roxanne is very active in a leadership capacity in her church and community.  She spends a considerable amount of time mentoring and coaching church ministry leaders, and high school and college students. She is a member of ITSMF, Women in Technology, NAMIC, Women in Cable and Telecommunications, Black IT Professionals, Christian Leadership Foundation, Women of Faith, and The Technology Association of Georgia.