Lillian Garcia welcomes Stephanie McMahon to the show.
Garcia asks McMahon if it was always her dream to take on so many responsibilities within WWE. McMahon informs that from a very young age she was a fan of her family’s business, and she always wanted to work for WWE because she looked at it as a way to give back to her family. She began working for WWE before she even became a teenager, and she doesn’t regret a second of it.
McMahon points out that one of her favourite things about working for WWE is being able to work with Children’s Wish Foundation and various other charities. She calls those experiences very humbling and she considers it such a privilege to be part of WWE; she’s grateful for it every single day.
McMahon informs that she made her WWE television debut in a Piper’s Pit segment and she remembers being very excited to be a part of it. Her parents were still building the business at that time and a lot of the production elements from WWE’s product at that time originated from her home. She was thrilled to be around it at all times while she was growing up.
From there she began working as an intern in several different WWE departments while she finished high school. Her father really wanted her to know the details of the business inside and out and she knew the value of that as well, so it was very important to her that she worked in various roles and understood how each different department worked.