Primary Role
Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications at Time Inc.
Oregon State University, Corvallis

Person Details


Teri Everett is Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications for Time Inc. She joined the Company in March, 2012 and is responsible for managing all aspects of corporate communications, including media relations, executive and employee communications, corporate philanthropy and social responsibility.

Everett most recently served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Communications for News Corporation. She joined the Company in 2000 as Vice President of Corporate Communications and spearheaded its Los Angeles-based communications initiatives. Over the succeeding decade, she expanded her portfolio of responsibilities to include corporate affairs and corporate social responsibility, ultimately running News Corp.'s global corporate affairs and communications efforts from 2009 to 2012.

From 1997 to 2000, Everett was the chief communications officer for the global advertising agency, Euro RSCG Worldwide, where she managed the transition of a new CEO and the Company's move from Paris to New York. Previously, she spent several years working in network news, first as a publicist for CBS News (1989 – 91) and later heading communications for ABC News (1991-97) where she supervised communications efforts for all ABC News broadcasts and acted as the division's senior spokesperson.

Earlier in her career, she worked for Ogilvy & Mather Public Relations in Washington, D.C., where she advised clients in the telecommunications and energy fields. A native of Portland, Oregon, Everett began her career as an aide to Senator Bob Packwood (R-OR) in Washington, D.C.

Everett currently sits on the board of directors of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), the Ghetto Film School and the Center for Communications in New York.

She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Oregon State University. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son.

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