Parent Ambassador, Anderson Center for Autism

Jennifer Caserta Priore

Chief Transformation and People Officer

As Chief Transformation and People Officer, Jennifer Caserta Priore is charged with driving transformation across AMC Networks to enable its long-term growth objectives, including developing an integrated transformation vision and strategy and leveraging key areas related to people, culture and employee development. A key member of the senior leadership team, Caserta leads the company’s human resources function, encompassing employee relations, company culture, compensation and benefits. 

Among her many accolades, Jennifer has been named an Adweek “Person of the Moment,” a Fast Company “Who’s Next” leader, and a Multichannel News and WICT (Women in Cable Telecommunications) “Wonder Woman.” She is also a recipient of the NCTA Vanguard Award for Young Leadership. 

Jennifer currently sits on the Investments and Benefits Committee for AMC Networks as well as on the boards of RLJ Entertainment, Levity Entertainment Group, Funny or Die, and Autism Speaks. She also serves as a Parent Ambassador for Anderson Center for Autism. Jennifer earned her degree in media studies from Hunter College.

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Jennifer, parent ambassador for Anderson Center for Autism, writes about her experiences raising a child with special needs.

Late Nights, a Mother’s Love, and the Lessons of Autism

by Jennifer Caserta Priore

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