Full Name
Cory Haik
Job Title
Chief Digital Officer
Vice Media
Speaker Bio
Cory Haik joined VICE as Chief Digital Officer in May of 2019, to help streamline, grow and develop the new global vision at VICE while also focusing on platform partnerships and digital product innovation. With a journalism career spanning nearly two decades solely in digital, Cory sits at the intersection between news, digital, and business.

Cory has a passion for the creative development of cutting-edge storytelling. Throughout her career, Haik has become well-versed in the arenas of advertising, market research, product, technology and the newsroom. Most recently, she implemented a major global restructure consolidating Vice’s international digital teams, working across 35 different territories and 29 wholly-owned international bureaus each operating on a regional basis, under a single, global editorial and operational structure.

Haik was previously a publisher at digital news start-up Mic, a news and media company where she led the company's strategy across editorial, product and sales.
She also worked at The Washington Post for six years, leading innovative initiatives and pushing the envelope on mobile and places to grow new audiences as Executive Director, Emerging News Products.

Before joining the Washington Post, Cory followed the storms of the Gulf Coast at NOLA.com, site of the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, where she was the Managing Editor. She shared in two Pulitzer Prizes with The Times-Picayune for the staff coverage of Hurricane Katrina, for breaking news and public service in 2006. She also shared in a staff Pulitzer in 2010 for the coverage of police officer shootings with the staff of The Seattle Times.

Cory received her Master of Arts in Communication Theory from the University of New Orleans and her B.A. in Journalism from Nicholls State University. She lives in Brooklyn with her two children.
Cory Haik