- 2022 was a transformational year for Netflix that marked the streamer's foray into advertising.
- It also brought layoffs, top exec exits, and structural changes to the company.
Netflix may be remembered in 2022 for streaming hits like "Wednesday" and Ryan Murphy's "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story," but internally the company also underwent a dramatic reorganization in the past year.
Top execs including former marketing chief Bozoma Saint John left the company, and a new guard emerged as Netflix expanded into businesses including advertising and hired execs with experience from Snap and Hulu to lead the charge.
The streamer also shuffled around some key execs, restructuring its studio film team and centralizing TV and film for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa under content VP Larry Tanz.
As the power dynamics shift at Netflix, we've updated our organizational chart of the top executives at the streaming company and who they report to.
We've mapped out where its rising stars sit within the power structure, including operating and product chief Greg Peters, who oversees key bets including advertising and gaming; president of worldwide advertising Jeremi Gorman, who joined from Snap and has been building out the ad team; and Marian Lee, who was elevated to chief marketing officer in March.
We've also removed from the chart leaders who exited the company recently, including long-time product VP Todd Yellin, who left to return to filmmaking; senior film exec Tendo Nagenda, who departed as part of the film team restructuring; and Mark White, the former VP of engineering and member of the high-level Lstaff, whose LinkedIn profile now says he's "retired (ish)."