Ashely Codianni is currently the director of social publishing for CNN Worldwide. Prior to joining the network, Codianni was a producer for MSNBC.
In her role as the director of social publishing for CNN, she oversees the publishing of social content across the network’s social platforms around the globe.
Codianni joined her current network first as a senior producer and digital correspondent for CNN Politics. She produced and oversaw digital video content for the network's CNN Politics team. With her affluent political knowledge, she captured headlines on the campaign trail, on the road, and at the bureau. Codianni is known to creatively capture political news and deliver it to users in original, compelling, and highly shareable ways. Working for the global platform for CNN, she has traveled the world to cover local politics, national elections, and the major issues facing legislators.
Being actively and passionately involved in social networking, Codianni has administered the first-ever Snapchat interview with a senator. She earned attention for filing the interview in which she discussed social publishing and CNN’s Snapchat Discover Strategy and how this visually compelling style is set to transform the “traditional” news experience.
On Snapchat, she has even played Cards against Humanity with members of congress and repurposed Jimmy Kimmel's series of celebrities reading critical tweets of themselves for Washington with Congressmen and Congresswomen on Capitol Hill. Her endeavor was among the so-called 'viral' hits.
Prior to joining CNN, Codianni was director of the news video for Mashable, lead the Washington, DC bureau of NowThis News. For MANBC, she was the producer for Way Too Early and Morning Joe. At NowThis, she oversaw the company's original and shareable political content. It was instrumental in developing the social mobile video for the outlet's political coverage. It included Instagram-exclusive interviews with politicians like New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, and Vine-exclusive segments of the government shutdown.
Codianni graduated from the College of the Holy Cross with a degree in political science.
Throughout her career, Codianni has had a handsome salary and earning which helped her accumulate a net worth of over $3 million. Apart from the financial achievement, she is also in line for some prestigious awards to her name.