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Carolyn Dailey founded The Dailey Partnership in 2011 after a 20-year career at global entertainment company Time Warner, parent of HBO, CNN, Turner Broadcasting, Warner Bros., TIME Inc. and IPC Magazines. The Dailey Partnership offers bespoke strategic communications to clients in the creative industries and to non-creative companies who want to connect with them.
Previously, Carolyn headed Time Warnerâ€™s European Public Policy Office based in London, representing its interests and those of its divisions HBO, CNN, Turner Broadcasting, Warner Bros., TIME Inc. and IPC Magazines with policymakers and other influential leaders.
Before moving to parent company Time Warner in 2002, Carolyn headed Turnerâ€™s International Public Policy operation from 1994, with responsibility for Europe, Asia and Latin America. Carolyn originally joined the Time Warner family in 1990 with CNN in London where as European Counsel she helped drive the launch of CNN International and the creation of CNN joint ventures with the newly privatised broadcasters in Russia and Eastern Europe which had previously been government-controlled. She then helped drive the launch of Turnerâ€™s entertainment channels, Cartoon Network and Turner Classic Movies.
Previously, Carolyn specialised in corporate finance and M&A at the international law firm White & Case, starting in their New York City headquarters before moving to their European headquarters in London. Previously, Carolyn held Congressional staff positions in Washington, D.C. and a Corporate Communications post with EstÃ©e Lauder in Paris.
Carolyn is a life-time member of BAFTA, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a member of The British Screen Advisory Counci and Women in Film and Television. She is on the Council of The Serpentine Gallery and a Special Angel for Art Angel.
Carolyn has a JD degree Magna Cum Laude from Boston College Law School and a BA degree with Honours from UCLA and the Advanced Programme in French Language and Civilisation at the University of Paris (Sorbonne).
Carolyn was named one of the Top Ten Women in â€˜The Wired 100 â€“ Britainâ€™s Top 100 Digital Power Brokers Shaping the Digital Worldâ€™ in the May 2010 issue of Wired Magazine UK.