Courtesy of Elizabeth Frank

Elizabeth Frank is Executive Vice President and Chief Content & Programming Officer for AMC Entertainment Inc. (AMC).  She oversees the sourcing, scheduling and promotion of films and diverse content in all of AMC’s theatres, including studio partnerships, film buying, specialty content development, and programming investments. In addition, Frank leads U.S.-based movie-related business development initiatives for AMC’s parent company, The Wanda Group.

Frank began her AMC career in 2010 as Senior Vice President, Strategy and Strategic Partnerships, where she was responsible for developing and managing AMC’s partnerships and business ventures, as well as setting the company’s overall strategic framework and long-range vision and supporting the private equity owners.

She has more than 20 years of experience developing and implementing growth strategies for organizations such as Time Warner and Viacom. Prior to joining AMC, Frank served as Senior Vice President, Global Programs for AmeriCares, she expanded the medical relief organization’s program scope, globalized resource acquisition, and enhanced operational effectiveness. Before Americares, Frank served as Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning for Time Warner, previously having spent nine years at McKinsey & Company as a partner serving media and consumer clients in the United States and Europe.

She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Open Road Films (AMC’s joint venture with Regal Entertainment), Digital Content Delivery Coalition (“DCDC” venture with Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, Regal Entertainment and Cinemark) and AmeriCares. Frank graduated from Lehigh University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and received her Master of Business Administration from Harvard University.