Noah Oppenheim is senior vice president of NBC News and executive-in-charge of TODAY. He oversees all all aspects of the morning show franchise, both broadcast and digital.
Also a screenwriter, Oppenheim wrote the critically acclaimed film "Jackie," for which he was awarded Best Screenplay at the 73rd Venice Film Festival. Oppenheim also co-wrote "The Maze Runner," which has grossed $300 million since its release.
Oppenheim began his career in news leading political talk shows such as "Hardball with Chris Matthews" and "Scarborough Country." An Emmy winner, he helped create "Mad Money" with Jim Cramer, has covered three presidential elections, and reported from Iraq, Israel, Gaza, the West Bank and Libya.
Oppenheim also served as head of unscripted and digital development at Reveille, the production company behind hits like "The Office" and "The Biggest Loser." While at Reveille, he created and executive-produced prime-time shows for NBC, Fox, MTV and Lifetime, as well as online programming for a variety of brands and platforms.
Oppenheim is co-author of the New York Times best-selling series "The Intellectual Devotional." His essays have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Esquire and Men's Health.