EXCLUSIVE: Condé Nast Entertainment has appointed Sarah Amos, director of Marvel, as vice president, development and production (non-fiction, documentaries).
In the new role, which is part of the ongoing restructuring at CNE under the chairmanship of Agnes Chu, Amos will lead the company’s efforts in the unscripted space. She will report to Helen Estabrook, who was recently appointed to head the film and television division of Conde Nast Entertainment.
“Sarah not only brings her best development and production experience, but she’s also an expert storyteller with the ability to translate compelling documents on a variety of platforms,” said Estabrook. “We are delighted to have him on the CNE team.”
Amos joins CNE from Marvel where she was vice president of development and production for the NewMedia division of Marvel Entertainment, overseeing the roster of video, live streaming and audio content for Marvel.com and third-party platforms including SiriusXM and Marvel Entertainment’s non-fiction content for Disney +. Amos was executive producer of the original Disney + series Marvel’s Behind The Mask, Marvel’s Hero Project and Marvel’s 616 – a collaboration with Supper Club, the team behind Netflix Chef’s table.
Prior to Marvel, Amos worked in production capacities at ABC News, including for the flagship program, World News with Diane Sawyer.
Amos is the second former Marvel Entertainment executive to join Disney + alumnus Chu’s team at CNE, following the appointment of Jennifer Jones (who also worked with Chu at Disney +) as manager business affairs.