JEANNE MAU Vice President Current Programs, CBS Entertainment
Jeanne Mau was promoted to Vice President, Current Programs, CBS Entertainment in August 2009, reporting to David Brownfield, Senior Vice President, Current Programs, CBS Entertainment.
In her position, Mau oversees the creative direction of the CBS series NCIS, CSI: MIAMI, TWO AND A HALF MEN and Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. She also oversees the CBS Diversity Writer's Initiative and Director's Initiative, part of the Network's on-going Diversity Institute designed to provide participants with access to key network decision makers in front of and behind the camera.
From 2007-2009, Mau was Director, Current Programs, working on the comedies "Yes, Dear," "Still Standing" and "The King of Queens" as well as dramas “Cold Case,” “Close to Home” and "Judging Amy."
She started at CBS in 2000 as assistant to then current department head David Stapf (now president, CBS Television Studios) and was made a coordinator in the department in 2003.
Mau began her career in the motion picture marketing department at Paramount Pictures.