Fleischer holds an MBA from USC's Marshall School of Business and a bachelor's degree from West Chester University in Pennsylvania.” />
Fleischer commented, “With the amazing series and films being developed on a global scale, we have the opportunity to truly revolutionize the way people engage with the characters and shows they love. With the creative freedom offered here and the global audience, there’s a huge opportunity to deliver a best-in-class experience for people wherever they are.”
4. Based in L.A., Fleischer officially started on Sept. At Netflix, she oversees retail and licensee partnerships, publishing, interactive games, merchandising and experiential events, leading a team focusing on developing the consumer-products portfolio across all categories for Netflix's original TV series and films.
Netflix is stepping up its merchandising game with the hiring of Christie Fleischer as global head of consumer products.
Prior to her head of merchandise role, Fleischer was SVP of retail and merchandise for Disney Parks & Resorts where she oversaw merchandise product strategy, product development, planning, visual merchandising, store design, supply chain and logistics. Before joining Disney in 2007, she worked in merchandise-management roles at Warnaco and American Pacific Enterprises.
In that role, she led Disney's global business focused on product strategy, product development, creative, sourcing, supply chain, and logistics across the company's parks and resorts, Disney Stores, and licensing divisions. Fleischer joins Netflix from the Walt Disney Co., where she was most recently head of merchandise for parks, experiences and consumer products.
“She has helped to build some of the world’s most beloved brands and we’re thrilled that she will join us to give our fans more opportunities to interact with Netflix in new and exciting ways.” “Christie brings a wealth of experience and creativity from the consumer products world,” Kelly Bennett, Netflix's chief marketing officer, said in announcing her hire.

– Pam Lifford will report to me in the interim
"This is her decision and the entire senior management team and I support this, and will help facilitate it." "After 22 years with the company, she wants to recharge, as well as have immediate and uninterrupted time with her family," wrote Tsujihara.
family and has worked on many of our most iconic properties. Diane continues to be an important member of the Warner Bros. She has contributed greatly to the company’s successes, and we look forward to her returning to the Studio.
This is her decision and the entire senior management team and I support this, and will help facilitate it as follows: Diane Nelson, President of DC Entertainment and President of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has decided to take time off starting Monday, April 2. After 22 years with the company, she wants to recharge, as well as have immediate and uninterrupted time with her family.
The move was announced by Warner Bros. Nelson will begin her leave on April 2. She will use the time to deal with a combination of family and medical issues, according to an individual with knowledge of her plans. She is expected to return to her post at some point in the future. Entertainment CEO Kevin Tsujihara in a memo to DC and Consumer Products employees.
Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, is taking a leave of absence of an undisclosed length.
In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your management team, Thomas or me if you have any questions.
Best regards,
Thank you for your support and continued commitment to excellence in everything we do.
Read the memo below. The memo said Thomas Gewecke, who serves as chief digital officer and executive VP of strategy and business development at Warner Bros., will step in to support the DC executive management team of Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, and Amit Desai, who will continue to run the company’s day-to-day.
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– The DC Executive Management team will report to Thomas Gewecke (Chief Digital Officer and EVP, Strategy and Business Development) in the interim