Adrienne Roark has served as President, CBS Stations, since August 2021. She is responsible for working directly with the local general managers and their teams at the owned-and-operated CBS Television Network stations in the eastern half of the country. Prior to assuming her current position, Roark spent seven years in Portland, first as General Manager of CBS affiliate KOIN-TV, beginning in 2014, then as General Manager of Fox affiliate KPTV-TV and MyNetwork station KPDX-TV since 2016. Prior to that, she served as Vice President and News Director at KTVT-TV and KTXA-TV, the CBS-owned stations in Dallas-Fort Worth, for four years. She joined CBS Stations in 2007 as Assistant News Director at WFOR-TV and WBFS-TV in Miami. Six months later, she was promoted to News Director. An Ohio native, Roark began her career at WBNS-TV, the CBS affiliate in Columbus, after graduating from The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in communications. Her news background also includes positions at stations in Orlando, Miami and Cleveland. Roark is a Poynter Ethics Fellow and Carole Kneeland Fellowship alum. She is a three-time regional Emmy award winner and has received six regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.