Audrey Pass has enjoyed a 25-year career as a corporate communications specialist, media relations strategist and Emmy-Award nominated broadcast television producer.
Pass is currently the Senior Director of Communications and Executive Producer of Public Affairs for WNYW-TV/ FOX5 and WWOR-TV/ My9, the Fox-owned flagship television stations in New York. In this capacity, she oversees talent relations as well as public and community affairs. Pass serves as executive producer for two weekly programs, “Good Day Street Talk” and “New Jersey Now.” She recently served as Executive Producer for the half-hour prime-time special, “Go To Your Room,” starring Rosanna Scotto and Elvis Duran. She has also executive produced “Hard Rock Rocks Times Square;” the National Puerto Rican Day Parade, the Hispanic Day Parade, and Gospelfest. Previously, Pass was Director of Communications for WCBS-TV, where she oversaw media relations and corporate communications, including news, local programming, talent relations, community relations and public affairs. She joined CBS from Harpo Productions in Chicago, where she served as Senior Publicist for Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo, Inc. Before that, Pass was Director of Marketing and Public Relations for The Second City, Inc. and Assistant Director of Marketing and Press Relations for the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
Pass serves on numerous Boards of Directors, including the New York Women in Communications Foundation, Alliance for Young Urban Design in the Arts, and the Publicity Club of New York. She is Vice President of Development for the NY Women in Communications Foundation and is a mentor in their student mentoring program. For the Dobbs Ferry School District, she sits on the Communications committee and chairs the TV subcommittee. Pass participates on the advisory boards of Love Our Children USA, Inc., Stomp Out Bullying USA, the New York Blood Center’s Community Relations Committee and the Diversity Council for News Corporation. She is the recipient of the Corporate Community Partnership Award from the Lighthouse International, the National Kidney Foundation, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of New York, and was honored by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America for Excellence in Public Service.
Pass graduated cum laude with a BA from Washington University in St. Louis.