Colleton had served since 2008 as Vice President of Green is Universal, an initiative which focuses on the strategic incorporation of sustainability across NBCUniversal’s entire organization, including more than 50 on-air and online brands. She also led Green is Universal’s strategic interface with sales, marketing, research and communications to develop sustainability opportunities with external partners, in addition to directing NBCUniversal’s ongoing effort to drive sustainability throughout its operations, productions and facilities.
Prior to joining NBCUniversal, Colleton was the head of corporate social responsibility for the National Football League for more than a decade. She was responsible for building the league’s cause platform from the ground up into one of the most comprehensive philanthropic agendas in the industry. Her responsibilities included overseeing NFL Charities and the league’s other foundations, which awarded more than $30 million annually, community and public affairs, cause marketing, and program development. She also served as a senior advisor to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation targeting U.S. financial and policy reform and educating and engaging Americans around fiscal responsibility and solutions.
Colleton graduated from the University of Notre Dame with degrees in American Studies and Spanish.