We updated our Netflix org chart after key exec shuffles including its talent, TV, and marketing leadership

Netflix execs Bajaria and Ted Sarandos pose together on the red carpet.
Bela Bajaria and Ted Sarandos. Jesse Grant/Getty Images

Netflix has radically transformed its leadership over the past year, as international growth took center stage at the company and a growing roster of rivals rose to challenge it.

The streaming company named its content chief as co-CEO, appointed its first chief operating officer, hired a new marketing boss, and overhauled its TV division to function more like a traditional studio, among other changes made in the last year.

In the past three months alone, COO and product chief Greg Peters hired former PepsiCo exec Sergio Ezama as the streamer’s new talent chief; CMO Bozoma Saint John poached a former Spotify exec for a key role; global TV boss Bela Bajaria elevated longtime content VP Peter Friedlander to a crucial position overseeing US scripted series; and chief content officer (and co-CEO) Ted Sarandos shook up its creative leadership in the Asia-Pacific region.

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. The interactive project was last updated on August 25, 2021.

We’ve mapped out the roles of rising stars like Minyoung Kim, the content VP in charge of Netflix’s creative endeavors in most of Asia, as well as key recent hires such as game development VP Mike Verdu.

We’ve also removed from the chart other key execs who have exited the company, like Ty Warren, the former VP of physical production; previous chief talent officer Jessica Neal; and former content VP Cindy Holland.

Read more about Netflix’s recent executive changes and explore the interactive org chart