A WWE Executive who reported directly to Vince McMahon is stepping down from her role in the company.
It was reported by Wrestlevotes that a woman named Suzette Ramirez-Carr is leaving her job as the EVP of Human Resources in WWE. She reported to WWE’s Executive Chairman Vince McMahon.
Nick Khan, who is the WWE President, sent an email to staff about her departure. Ramirez-Carr’s last day with WWE will be on Friday, November 3rd.
Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics wrote that “HR was probably one of the more obvious areas for overlap with Endeavor’s services following the TKO merger.”
Prior to working for WWE, Ramirez-Carr worked for United Talent Agency, Beautycounter, and Oaktree Capital Management. She started working for WWE in May 2022, so her run in the company will be about 18 months.
In her role as the WWE EVP of Human Resources, she played a role in talent acquisition, employee experience, development and engagement, and HR operations and training.
Several Executives left WWE following the Endeavor acquisition
It was on September 12 when Endeavor officially acquired WWE to form the company called TKO which is a combination of WWE and UFC.
Since then, over 100 office workers were allegedly laid off by WWE along with about 20+ wrestlers including the likes of Dolph Ziggler, Top Dolla, and Dana Brooke.
There have been several Executives let go by WWE since the Endeavor acquisition including Jamie Horowitz, Catherine Newman, and Andrew Levine.