Dee Dee Myers
Dee Dee Myers

Dee Dee Myers, who served as Bill Clinton’s first press secretary, is leaving her post as executive vp of worldwide corporate communications and public affairs at Warner Bros.

Myers has been with Warner Bros. since 2014. Before that, she served as managing director, public affairs at Glover Park Group. She has also been a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, and from 1995 to 1997, co-hosted the political talk show “Equal Time” on CNBC. 

Her political career started as a full-time employee on Walter Mondale’s 1984 presidential campaign. She served as assistant press secretary in the office of Tom Bradley during his tenure at mayor of Los Angeles and played key roles in Michael Dukakis’s 1988 presidential bid and Dianne Feinstein’s run for California governor in 1990.

At Warner Bros. Myers ran communications surrounding the studio’s merger with AT&T, the exit of Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara following allegations of misconduct, and the hiring of his replacement Ann Sarnoff from BBC Studios America.

Myers will leave the company on April 1, and no successor has been named.