Full Name
Suzanne Sullivan
Job Title
Executive Vice President, Ad Sales, FOX Entertainment
Fox Corporation

Suzanne Sullivan is Executive Vice President of Advertising Sales for FOX Entertainment. In this role, Sullivan has strategic oversight of all advertising sales initiatives for the company’s entertainment linear and digital platforms, as well as advanced advertising products, client partnerships, agency relationships and upfront negotiations.

A well-regarded media and sales veteran, Sullivan has a successful history of furthering innovation in the ad marketplace, as well as enhancing the overall ad and consumer experience. She played a leading role in the development of FOX Entertainment’s ad products, including Fast Break, Absolute ‘A’ and Future Now. Additionally, Sullivan has been instrumental in the integration of Tubi, the largest free movie and TV streaming service in the country, into the FOX Entertainment division’s portfolio of ad sales offerings.

Since 2020, she has co-chaired the FOX Ad Sales Diversity and Inclusion Council. In this role, she has served as a leading voice in forwarding the D&I Council’s mission to further the culture of inclusivity within the sales division by focusing on recruitment, education, development, and retention.

Before the formation of Fox Corporation in March 2019, Sullivan was the Executive Vice President of Entertainment Sales for Fox Networks Group. She oversaw sales strategy and client solutions for FOX primetime and the FX networks, as well as National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild channels. Earlier, Sullivan was an advertising sales executive at FOX Broadcasting Company, where she was deeply involved in AT&T’s multi-year partnership with American Idol among other groundbreaking, cross-platform partnerships.

In 2003, Sullivan joined FOX, following roles at BBDO and OMD, where she managed investments for brands including Gillette, Wrigley and JCPenney.

In 2021, Sullivan was recognized by She Runs It as one of its Changing the Game Award honorees. She graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, where she was a history major and played women's club ice hockey.

Suzanne Sullivan