Twitter

Time Warner Announces Executive Changes in Investments Group

Allison Goldberg

Allison Goldberg has been appointed senior vice president, Time Warner Investments (No. 37 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list), succeeding Rachel Lam, who has announced she will be leaving Time Warner this spring, after 14 years leading the group.

In making the announcement, Time Warner Inc. Executive Vice President of International and Corporate Strategy Olaf Olafsson said,”Allison has played a pivotal role in numerous strategic initiatives with our Investments group. She is highly respected both within the venture capital community and within our company for her innate ability and foresight to identify potential investments that benefit investee companies as well as enhance our businesses. I am confident that she will lead our Investments group to continued success.”

Mr. Olafsson added, “On behalf of the company, I want to thank Rachel for her leadership, her friendship and her valuable contributions to Time Warner. Over the past 14 years she has led and built our very successful Investments group, serving our strategic goals while achieving first-rate financial returns. She will be greatly missed, and I thank her for her dedication, insight and expertise as I wish her all the best in her next chapter.”

Ms. Goldberg joined Time Warner in 2001, serving most recently as vice president and managing director of the Time Warner Investments group, which targets new opportunities in early to mid-stage companies that generate strategic value for Time Warner’s businesses.

She serves as a director or active observer on the boards of several portfolio companies including Amino, Bustle, Discord, Dynamic Signal, Fuse Media, Joyus, Mashable, Outpost Games, Trion Worlds, and YieldMo. Prior to joining Time Warner, Ms. Goldberg worked as a Venture Capital Associate at Groupe Arnault and in Investment Banking with Morgan Stanley’s Global Media Group.

Ms. Goldberg received a B.S. degree in Economics, with concentrations in Finance & Operations and Information Management, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Latest News

tractor in field

White Farmers Sue To Stop Debt Relief Program for Farmers of Color

A federal judge in Wisconsin has temporarily halted a government program designed to help chronically disadvantaged farmers of color repay their loans — or forgive their debt altogether. Laura Schulte of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that “a temporary restraining order was handed down Thursday afternoon [June 10] by Judge…

stock exchange

Fortune 500 List 2021 Includes Record Number of Black Women and Female CEOs

When Fortune magazine announced its annual Fortune 500 list ranking the 500 largest United States corporations by total revenue last week, there were a couple of notable and historic inclusions. The list contained more female CEOs — particularly Black female CEOs — than ever before. Taylor Dunn of ABC News…

Emancipation Proclamation

Illinois Museum To Host Juneteenth Exhibit and Display a Rare, Signed Copy of Emancipation Proclamation

As we draw closer to this year’s Juneteenth celebrations on June 19, marking the 156th anniversary of the end of slavery in the United States, an Illinois museum has announced that it will help to mark the occasion by putting a rare, signed copy of the Emancipation Proclamation on display…

Keystone XL PIpeline

Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline — Opposed by Indigenous Populations and Environmentalists Alike — Officially Killed

The Keystone XL Pipeline, a project equally reviled by environmentalists as well as the country’s Indigenous populations, is officially dead. Reuters has reported that the “$9 billion oil pipeline [that] became a symbol of the rising political clout of climate change advocates, and a flashpoint in U.S.-Canada relations was officially…